Scott Heiberger, National Farm Medicine Center, shared with us the top three causes of injuries, safety prevention strategies and resources to learn more.
Every year, thousands of childre are treated for lawn mower-related injuries. Don’t let a split-second accident impact your child forever. Learn More!
Now would be a good time to walk through your buildings and shop with checklists in hand. Use this simple, effective tool to address potential hazards.
Use these fall harvest tips about roadway safety, lock out tag out, fire prevention and nutrition to say safe. Farm Safety from the best in the field!
Three scenarios drivers and farmers should know how to handle are passing an IOH, left-hand turns and braking distance at intersections. Learn More!
People should avoid working outdoors when it is hot. That advice doesn’t always work for farmers.Take these precautions to avoid a heat-related illness.
Been Farming Long? If not, you’re at high risk for injury. Men and women who’ve been farming less than 10 years are at high risk for injury because agriculture is one of the most dangerous industries in the U.S.
Spring is here which means one thing for farmers: it’s time to hit the fields. Tractors and other implements of husbandry (IOH) are allowed to operate on Wisconsin roadways but are often large and slow-moving which can cause confusion for drivers sharing the roads.
Tractor overturns are the leading cause of farm-related deaths. That’s why it’s so important that each tractor have a rollover protective structure (ROPS).