Safe & Strong Farms: Grow an AgSafe Canada
growing safety on the farm
These Producer Tools can help you grow safety on your farm.
Developing a basic emergency preparedness plan
A fast, coordinated response in an emergency can
lessen the impact of an injury and may even save a life. To prepare for medical and other emergencies, develop an Emergency Preparedness Plan and review it regularly with everyone who may have to deal with an emergency on the farm.
Grain bin assessment chart
Out of condition grain is one of the leading causes for producers to enter a bin. Across Canada, there’s an average of six fatalities every year from grain entrapment or engulfment.
Use this tool to help keep you safe if your grain is out of condition.
Hazard assessment tool
This Hazard Assessment Tool guides farmers in cataloging potential risks on their property. Throughout this process,
you can distinguish between hazardous conditions and hazardous acts. A hazardous condition is a hazard that
can be observed. A hazardous act is a hazard that is created by a person or thing. Hazardous acts often result in
Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) supported by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) delivers Canadian Agricultural Safety Week with assistance from the Government of Canada through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a federal, provincial and territorial initiative. Safe & Strong Farms: Grow an AgSafe Canada is presented by Farm Credit Canada. View a complete list of Sponsors.