Presentations from Be the Difference! CASAâ€™s 2015 conference in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, October 6 to 8.
Too many accidents happen to workers in agriculture and landscaping because energy sources were not neutralized while maintenance was being carried out. This VHS video covers the basics of locking out these energy sources and preventing potential tragedies. Available on loan or you may purchase the VHS video for $20.00 here.
This video shows a danger sign focusing on electrical concerns. It indicates that workers operating farm machinery should ensure their vehicles stay clear of all utility lines, as electric shock contact with overhead electrical lines can cause serious injury or death. Total shots: 1.
File format: Quicktime (.mov)
Format: 16 bit integer, Animation, 720 x 486, Millions
Size: 720 x 486 pixels
Movie FPS: 29.97
Audio: Mono 22.050 khz
Download this booklet explaining the dangers of working on and around energized low- and high-voltage equipment and conductors. It is written for supervisors and workers who work around and with electrical circuits and near power lines as part of their job and who are familiar with the basic hazards of electrical contact. The three sections include the dangers of low-voltage contact, the dangers of high-voltage contact, and how to deal with electrical injuries.
Help Us Make Farming Safer
Farming can be a dangerous occupation, for producers, workers and their families. But CASA is investing in communities, developing tools, and supporting training to help make farming safer. You can help us build a Canada where no one is hurt farming.