CAIR Reports

Agriculture-Related Fatalities in Canada

The Canadian Agricultural Injury Reporting (CAIR), formerly known as the Canadian Agriculture Injury Surveillance Program (CAISP) was established in 1995 in response to the need for better information about fatal and hospitalized agriculture-related injuries in Canada. CAIR is a national program with collaborators in each of the ten provinces of Canada.

In 2020, CAIR published three reports on seniors (60+ years), child and youth, and asphyxiation agriculture-related fatalities.

CASA CAIR Asphyxiation
CASA CAIR Agriculture Seniors
CASA CAIR Agriculture Child and Youth

Archived CAIR Reports

Canadian Agricultural Injury Reporting (CAIR) – formerly the Canadian Agricultural Injury Surveillance Program (CAISP) – is an integrated national surveillance project of the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association that guides and informs the national agricultural health and safety agenda.