March 8, 2020

March 2020 Newsletter


Canadian Agricultural Safety Week

From March 15-21, join us in celebrating Canadian Agricultural Safety Week!

Runover and Rollover Prevention - Hazard Assessment

Any good prevention plan begins with a hazard assessment. Farms and ranches with employees will be required, under the OHS (Occupational Health and Safety) rules in Alberta, to perform a hazard assessment on tractor operation. All farms and ranches benefit from performing a hazard assessment, even if it isn’t required. The hazard assessment process allows you to focus on the task (tractor operation) instead of the specific...

Hand Signals

Using hand signals is a great way to communicate information effectively and safely on farm.
In order to allow everyone on farm to become familiar with standard signals, it is a good idea to post the hand signals in an area where they will be seen on a daily basis...Runover and Rollover PreventionHazard AssessmentAny good prevention plan begins with a hazard assessment. Farms and ranches with employees will be required, under the OHS (Occupational Health and Safety) rules in Alberta, to perform a hazard assessment on tractor operation. All farms and ranches benefit from performing a hazard assessment, even if it isn’t required. The hazard assessment process allows you to focus on the task (tractor operation) instead of the specific... 

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