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AgSafe Provincial Partners

AgSafe Provincial Partner Program

The Provincial AgSafe Partner Program supports the development, updating or modification of agricultural safety resources. Each resource is accessible through the links or downloads below. This program is made possible through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a federal, provincial and territorial initiative.

Take a Break from the Shake

Whole-Body Vibration (WBV)

That’s right! Something as simple as taking a break during your workday can help reduce some of the negative effects from whole-body vibration (WBV) when operating farm machinery.

Learn more inside about some of the risks of WBV, along with practical tools and strategies to help reduce the adverse health effects.  

Created in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture

One Road

There’s only one road, with many reasons to use it. Road safety is a two-way street.

One Road emphasizes the shared responsibility for road safety, with information for operators of farm equipment and awareness for the driving public.  The objectives of the campaign are: 1) to keep farmers, farm workers, and commuters safe when farm vehicles are on roadways with motorists travelling at higher speeds, and 2) to make sure farmers and farm workers are adhering to safe practices when sharing provincial highways and roadways.

Check out the One Road Video here!

Created in partnership with Farm Safety Nova Scotia

Safe and Low Stress Cattle Handling

Manual 2021

Welcome to the Safe and Low Stress Cattle Handling course. This course builds on the fundamental concepts of low stress cattle handling and includes additional information about how to stay safe while working with cattle. Low stress cattle handling (referred to as quiet cattle handling in the Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Beef Cattle) uses knowledge of natural animal behavior to move cattle, rather than trying to move them by force. One of the course’s goals is to connect what farmers and ranchers already know with a few new ideas that they can implement on farm to increase their safety and enjoyment when working with cattle.

Created in partnership with the Keystone Agricultural Producers of Manitoba

Save Your Breath

Respiratory Health in Agriculture

This resource will help you to better understand respiratory hazards that exist in agriculture and assist you in applying a combination of controls to protect your respiratory health.

Created in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture.

Beef Cattle Handling Facilities

Information and Evaluation Tool

Created in partnership with AgSafe BC.

What Did You Say?

How to Prevent Noise Induced Hearing Loss in Agriculture

Farming can be noisy, whether you are operating machinery like a tractor or combine, working in a livestock barn or near a grain auger, consider the effects all of these noises can have on your hearing. Protect your hearing and prevent noise induced hearing loss, which is 100% preventable!

Created in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture.

Work-Life: Make it Your Business!

We are all called to play multiple roles in our lives, sometimes simultaneously as employer-employee, parent, spouse, child, partner, friend, volunteer in the community… life keeps us busy, very busy. We sometimes forget to take care of ourselves, of our health, of our physical and mental well-being.

With the approval of CMHA Quebec Division, and support from the Candian Agricultural Safety Assocaition, l’Union des producteurs agricoles created a questionnaire to evaluate work-life balance. Please note, it is not a scientific test or a diagnostic test, rather a simple way of thinking about work-life balance.

PPE for Agricultural Operations

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Many people recognize a safety vest or glasses, but there are other forms of personal protective equipment (PPE). This course introduces and provides information on how to use, how to fit, how to take care of, and how to dispose of PPE.

Created in partnership with AgSafe Alberta.