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Farm Safety Plan

The diversity of Saskatchewan farming results in various blends of safety hazards on individual farms.  This Farm Safety Plan workbook will allow your family to adapt your Farm Safety Plan to the current and changing needs within your specific farming operation.

A survey done by Farm Credit Canada (FCC) supported by the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA), indicates that only 15% of Canadian farmers have a formal safety plan even though 83% believe that safety on the job is important.

Activating your Farm Safety Plan

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The Network houses a large library of health and safety resources available to assist you with your Farm Safety Plan.  Many of them are available on this website.  If you would like a hard copy of a resource, call the Network at (306) 966-6644.  The Network’s goal is to put a Farm Safety Plan into the hands of all Saskatchewan farm families.

Develop your Farm Safety Plan by using the tools below, or click the cover image on the left for the full Farm Safety Plan booklet PDF that you can print out.  You can also request a hard copy by contacting the Agricultural Health and Safety Network.

You may also want to host a Farm Safety Plan workshop in your community!

Farm Safety Plan Tools

Title Worksheet PDFs
Introduction   Read Online PDF
Customizing Your Farm Safety Plan

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Five Steps to a Farm Safety Plan

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Due Diligence and You Farm Safety Plan

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Commitment to Safety
Farm Safety Commitment Read Online PDF
Farm Safety Mapping

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Emergency Information

Emergency Contacts List

Land Location Form

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PPE Only works if You Use It!
Personal Protection Equipment Form
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Training New Workers
Training Confirmation
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Record Keeping

Farm Safety Audit

Safety Training Record

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Children on the Farm
Farm Safety Rules Read Online PDF
Older Farmers - A Growing Population
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