Asphyxiation Agriculture-Related Fatalities 2006-2015
Seniors (60+ Years) Agriculture-Related Fatalities 2006-2015
Child and Youth Agriculture-Related Fatalities in Canada 2006-2015
Inspection checklist for tractors
Tractor operator forward, reverse and steering techniques
A fast, coordinated response in an emergency can lessen the impact of an injury and may even save a life
PTO and how to stay safe using the toolbox talk.
Every year, underground infrastructures and utilities are unintentionally struck across Canada. Unsafe digging could result in serious injury or death, fines and repair costs, or interrupted services. Although many underground infrastructures and utilities are found in urban areas, rural areas also have a number of these services.
Falls from ladders are one of the leading causes of serious injury in agriculture. These falls are preventable if the proper precautions are taken.
A tool to help identify hazards on your farm
An assessment chart to help you stay safe when dealing with grain that is out of condition
To prepare for medical and other emergencies, develop an Emergency Preparedness Plan and review it regularly with everyone who may have to deal with an emergency on the farm.
The best places to play and explore are the ones that are set aside for just that! A safe play area is a place that is free of things that could hurt a kid and has lots of fun things to do.
Farm Safety Contract for Kids and Parents