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
Creating a safe play area at your 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.
Toolbox Talks are brief, informal talks or meetings about specific topics relevant to agriculture and how to undertake these various tasks safely and properly.
The first step to developing a visitor orientation is to list the basic safety rules and policies you expect all visitors to follow.
When developing a Pre-Season Checklist, use the template below with checklist items that are important to your farm. When using your checklist, your action items will be determined by your response.
Provide overview of ASHCA and description of the programs that we have developed to address important farm safety and health issues in U.S. agriculture.
A successful health and wellness program for Alberta farmers SFF provides tools and techniques to effectively be able to plan safety on your farm.
Farm safety planning – Successful implementation of an effective and sustainable HSE management system is intended to drive continuous performance improvements in farm HSE.
Your Personal Farm Safety Audit: Module 1 – Tractor Safety
What Do Canadian Farmers Think About Farm Safety
Taking the Lead on Safety
Stepping Toward Health and Success in Your Farm Business
Prince Edward Island Farm Safety Code of Practice
General Policy Statement for Your Farm
Foreign Worker Farm Safety Training Video
Farm Talk Series: Talking to Your Kids About Farm Safety
Farm Talk Series: Overcoming Language and Cultural Barriers with Seasonal Migrant Farm Workers
Farm Talk Series: Orienting Young, New or Returning Farm Workers
Farm Talk Series: Building Your Farm Safety Team
Farm Safety Plan Project
Farm Safety Contract for Kids and Parents
Farm Safety – Resource Kit for Nova Scotia Farmers
Conducting a Job Safety Analysis
Canada FarmSafe Emergency Preparedness Plan
Canada FarmSafe Plan
Agricultural Safety Tailgate Talks Spanish
Agricultural Safety Tailgate Talks English
Hazard Points and Guarding on Farm Equipment
Understanding Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Farm Machinery Fire Prevention
Confined Spaces on the Farm
Farming Around Power Lines
Safe Ladder Use
Managing Grain Dust
Hazards and Eye Protection on the Farm
Noise and Hearing Protection
Farm Workshop Safety
Farm Machinery and Left-Hand Turns
Front-end Tractor Attachments
Responding to an Emergency
Biosecurity Protocols and Their Relationship to Worker Health
Proper load handling
Use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
Towing large loads
Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI)
Ergonomics and manual handling
Communicating health and safety concerns to management
General Hitching and Hauling
Pre-Operational Inspection of Equipment
Working in extreme heat
Hitching – Drawbar Connection
Lighting and Marking Self-Propelled Equipment
Working In Extreme Cold
Operation of Self-Propelled Equipment on Public Roadways
Grain Bin Safety
Blocking Raised Equipment
Overhead Wire Safety
ATV Safety and Gear
Farm Safety- Write it Right
Operating Portable Augers
Safe Handling of Cattle
Preparing Grain Bins for Harvest
Transporting Oversized Loads
All-Terrain Vehicle Operation on Farm Property
Basic Tractor Operation