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On-Farm Agricultural Worker Safety Training Review Summary

Canadian Agricultural Safety Association

Agriculture remains one of the most dangerous industries to work in. Training has been
acknowledged as a key factor in the promotion of occupational safety and health. Training makes
workers aware of the hazards they may encounter in the workplace, informs them of the tools and
regulations that are in place to protect them and drives them towards safe behaviours.

The On-Farm Agricultural Worker Safety Training program aims to address training gaps and
provide farm owners/operators with the tools they need to successfully train farm workers in
agricultural safety. The following conclusion will identify both training method best practices, and
on-farm training delivery mechanisms that will best fit the On-Farm Agricultural Worker Safety

2020 Canadian Ag Safety Study with FCC Market Insights
Agricultural Health and Safety Policies and Their Implications on Trade
Summary Report: Agricultural Injuries and Deaths in Senior Farmers
2011 Farm Safety Report Card
2008 Farm Safety Report Card
Agricultural Fatalities in Canada 1990-2000: Focus on Older Farmers and Workers
The Economic Burden of Injury Within the Agricultural Population in Canada
National Stress and Mental Survey of Canadian Farmers