Teaching Kits

Borrow at no charge!

CASA’s agricultural safety resources/teaching kits are interactive and effective. They are appropriate for all ages and locations including 4-H clubs, Scouts, Cubs or Guides, community health fairs, or in a school classroom for both elementary through high school.

Borrow one or all of the hands-on demo kits and/or a related pull-up display, each including full instructions. There is no charge to borrow these kits. Simply cover the shipping costs. If you are a Basic CASA member in good standing, CASA will provide free one-way shipping (just cover the cost of return shipping cost). If you are an Enhanced CASA member in good standing, CASA will provide free both-way shipping. All resources are packed in sturdy travel cases and are easy to set up. Please note that reservations are fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis. The purchase of a CASA membership does not guarantee the availability of various teaching kit items for your event.

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Bullex Digital Fire Simulator

$ 0.00

Check this out! You set the LED monitor on digital burn and douse the flames with a laser extinguisher. It’s a safe and clean indoor fire safety experience – with very realistic sound effects.

Chemical Look-a-Like Kit

$ 0.00

Get a competition going to choose the safe versus the poisonous chemical – simply by appearance. Everyone’s amazed at their bad scores!

Fatal Vision Goggle Kit

$ 0.00

There are 15 goggles in this kit to allow your group special insight on how to get through the day with severe visual impairment.

Gelatin Brain Mould

$ 0.00

A kit of three life-size brain moulds comes with instructions on how to mix up a brain-like gel to let set in the mould. Flip the “brain” out of the moulds and you have a slimy, jiggly mass, similar to a real brain that can be dropped or smashed to illustrate the need for a protective helmet!

Grain Engulfment Interactive, Lung Interactive

$ 0.00

The interactive table top displays demonstrate how dangerous grain can be.

One display explains that the weight of the grain restricts your ability to take a breath of air and the other explains that the weight and friction of the grain will prevent you from escaping.

Instructions to demonstrate these resources and engage participants are included. Plus, there is no grain to clean up after each demonstration as wheat and canola are encased in these interactive units!

Mass Force Demonstration

$ 0.00

Use this ingenious display of curved wood and marbles to demonstrate what happens when a large mass such as a big bull and a small mass such as a child collide. Kids get it!

Noise Exposure Demonstration Model (Albert)

$ 0.00

Use “Albert” to demonstrate excessive noise exposure from personal listening devices. Albert has been outfitted with a sound level meter. Demonstrators can place participant listening devices into Albert’s ears and measure the decibel level.

PTO (Power Take Off) Display

$ 0.00

Follow the accompanying safety instructions carefully to demonstrate the incredible speed of a revolving -PTO shaft. Everyone will instantly understand how quickly one can become entangled and severely injured or killed.

Stop, Drop, and Roll Vest Kit

$ 0.00

This kit provides 15 yellow heavy plastic vests sporting three red velcroed “flames” that come off and stick to carpet when participant stops, drops and rolls! (Please note: carpet is not included)

Underground Utility Safety Module

$ 0.00

The Underground Utility Safety Module explains how and why to Call or Click Before You Dig, the consequences of unsafe digging, and how to recognize and respond to pipeline leaks. The module includes an instructor training video, a demonstration video, a dig box, a printable take-home booklet, and scratch and sniff cards that help kids recognize the smell of a gas leak. Developed in collaboration with TransCanada Corporation.