Take Farm Safety Courses Online
Take affordable, professional, ag health and safety courses developed by CASA, anywhere, anytime of day. Because farm safety is important 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Take Individual Courses
Do you have an interest in farm safety? Would you like to brush up on your farm safety skill set? CASA has developed several farm safety training courses that are available online, including Agricultural Machinery Safeguarding, Seasonal Agricultural Workers Health and Safety Orientation, Working in Confined Spaces on the Farm, and a suite of eight courses focusing on Dairy Worker Safety Orientation (click on course links below). Each course takes approximately 45 to 60 minutes to complete and offers a quiz at the end of the learning experience. Courses available in English only.
Provide Online Training for Your Employees
Do you have employees that would benefit from CASA’s suite of online courses? CASA offers discounts on bulk course purchases. Contact us for details.
Additionally, if your company or organization would like to offer CASA courses directly to your employees through your own web page, contact us. CASA can help facilitate the set-up of your very own customized web training portal that includes course administration at an affordable rate.
Are you a CASA member?
If so, you are entitled to discounts on CASA’s online courses!
Basic members receive a 25 per cent discount on CASA online courses. Enhanced members receive one free CASA course per membership year, followed by a 50 per cent discount on all other CASA online courses. To collect on this great deal, email CASA at email@example.com and provide your membership name, the course(s) you’d like to take, and your contact information (email preferred). CASA will send you a one-time-use course code(s) to apply when you register for your course(s). Must be a member in good standing to receive discounts.
Farm Occupational Health and Safety Supervisor Course
The goal of this course is to provide occupational health and safety training guidance to farm managers who are responsible for supervising and training employees and workers on the farm.
The course covers the following topics:
- Train the Trainer
- The Importance of Farm Safety Training
- Farm Supervisor Training Responsibilities
- Essential Occupational Health & Safety Training Topics
- How to Train & Deliver Training
- Overcoming Language or Educational Barriers
- Provide Engaging Training
- Assessing Competency
- Supervisor Specific Legislation by Province
Introduction to Grain Handling and Storage Hazards
CASA Farm Safety Orientation
- Farm Policies and Rules
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Hazard Management
- Hazard Controls
- Incident Management
- Emergency Response
- Training and Communication
CASA All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Awareness Course
- The dangers of ATVs
- Safe Operation of ATVs
- Pre-ride Inspections
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Legal Rights & Requirements
- Training recommendations
CASA Tractor & Farm Machinery
Agricultural Machinery Safeguarding
- How to recognize workplace hazards
- The types of injuries that can result from unguarded mechanical components
- The importance and utilization of guarding systems
- Types of guarding systems and how they are designed to work
- Key considerations if guarding must be built on site
- Basic responsibilities of employers and workers with respect to machine guarding
- The regulatory requirements that may apply
Seasonal Agricultural Workers Health and Safety Orientation
Dairy Worker Safety Orientation Series
The various activities also present a variety of hazards. This series of eight training modules presents an introductory health and safety orientation for new and returning workers to the dairy industry.
This training series creates a foundation for more detailed workplace discussions between the workers and supervisors for addressing hazards specific to their dairy farm.
This series consists of 8 modules that take approximately 40 minutes each to complete:
- Animal Handling and Health
- Chemical Safety
- Feed Handling and Storage
- General Safety
- Machinery Safety in the Field
- Milking and Chores
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Robotic Safety