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Deadline for 2019 Safety Day events coming up

Application deadline is July 15

The deadline for hosting an event that helps children learn how to be safe on the farm is fast approaching. Since 2002, the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association has partnered with the Progressive Agriculture Foundation on Safety Day events, the largest rural safety and health education program for children in North America. The Progressive Agriculture Safety […] Read more


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Back to Ag Program helps injured farmers

Three injured farmers from Saskatchewan and one from Ontario have received funding to help them get back to what they love — farming. The Back to Ag Program gives injured producers up to $10,000 to help with the purchase of adaptive technology such as a cattle-handling system, grain-handling system, or wheelchair lift. The program is […] Read more



Online tool gives producers a voice for equipment safety

'Speak Up for Safer Equipment' to handle safety concerns linked to ag production

The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) has developed a new online tool to give farmers an opportunity to express their concerns about possible hazards with farm equipment. The Speak Up For Safer Equipment tool is intended to provide a way for farmers, manufacturers and standards organizations to talk about safety concerns with agricultural equipment manufactured […] Read more


Ag Safety week 2013 — Get with the plan

Daily job Farmers are urged to make a commitment to fostering 
health and safety in their day-to-day operations

This March, the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA), the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA), and exclusive corporate sponsor Farm Credit Canada (FCC) encouraged farmers to “Get with the Plan!” just in time for Canadian Agricultural Safety Week, March 10 to 16. Canadian Agricultural Safety Week (CASW) is an annual public education campaign focusing on the […] Read more