Category Archives: Safety tips

#GrainSafety – Survivor’s Remark

The most common remark of survivors is that they never anticipated the tremendous force of grain. Don’t put yourself into situations that could cause you to feel the force of grain around your body. Use buddy systems and safety harnesses at all times. Advertisements

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Some beggar’s night advice…

Getting ready to take your little ghosts and goblins around town to collect candy they really don’t need, all in the name of fun? Good! You are in luck, we have some advice for you. – Make it a fun … Continue reading

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Manure Removal Safety Tips

If you have plans to move some slurry in the coming months, take a minute to read through the National Pork Board‘s list of safety tips! The process of removing manure from below-building storage of swine facilities is a task … Continue reading

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Seatbelts = PPE for everyone

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Can you crack the code? – #FSHW14

Try your hand at a secret safety code! #TractorSafety #FSHW14

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Corn Corners – #FSHW14

Be cautious around corn corners! We urge you to be cautions around intersections near corn fields this harvest season. If the corn is still in the field it can restrict your view of oncoming traffic. Slow down while coming to … Continue reading

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Child Passenger Safety Week

Car crashes are a leading cause of death for children 1 to 13 years old. Many times deaths and injuries can be prevented by proper use of car seats, boosters, and seat belts.  

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