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PLAN.FARM.SAFETY.

Get to know Canadian farmers who use their safety plans to manage the every day safety risks of augers, tractors and ag chemicals. All of them work their safety plans to create a safe environment for themselves, their families and their employees. Produced for the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association by cause and effect communications with financial support from Farm Credit Canada.
(15 mins, 24 secs) Spring 2011

1 : Les Fermes Ajiro Inc. – grain farm

Project coordination and research: Diane Fortin, UPA
Production: Vincent Mercier

Produced by: UPA
In collaboration with: CASA

Financial support provided by: AAFC/Growing Forward

2. Les Vergers Blair Inc. : apple orchard



Project coordination and research: Diane Fortin, UPA
Production: Vincent Mercier

Produced by: UPA
In collaboration with: CASA

Financial support provided by: AAFC/Growing Forward

3. Ferme No-chan Inc. – dairy farm

With:
Martin Méthot
Safety coordinator
UPA Prévention Mutuelle

Project coordination and research: Diane Fortin, UPA
Production: Vincent Mercier

Produced by: UPA
In collaboration with: CASA

Financial support provided by: AAFC/Growing Forward

Farm augers – know and manage the safety risks

Tractor rollover protection (ROPS) plus seatbelts save lives

Crop protection products – understand, store and use safely on the farm

Make safety and health a priority on your farm – prove it with a plan.

PLAN.FARM.SAFETY. - - because you care.

Respirators: Ensuring a Proper Fit

The Effects of Farm Injuries on Families

Roy Vust - The Long Road to Recovery

The Bruce Osiowy Story

Rollover Protection Structures

PTO Safety

Prevention of Musculoskeletal Injuries

Senior Safety

Keeping Small Children Safe

Cattle Behaviour

Hearing Damage

Pesticide Safety

Operation Lifesaver

This video was created in partnership with the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and Pioneer. This video was funded by CASA through the Canadian Agricultural Safety and Health Program (CASHP). The funds for the CASHP are provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Click here to learn more about our funding program.

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