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Health and Safety » Farm

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  • MF3479
    Environmental Health and Safety Program Guide

    The program guide is to assist K-State Research and Extension employees in accessing and understanding the programs available to create healthy and safe work environments for faculty, staff, and students. All programs can be found on Environmental Health and Safety webpage located at Updated for January 2023. 75 pages, color.

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  • MF3597
    Disasters: Trauma and Coping

    The physical traumas that are a part of natural disasters are often sudden, unexpected, require multiple agencies to respond, and can typically take years to overcome. The emotional and mental trauma resulting from disasters can be just as harmful. So, how does one cope with disaster? This publication includes suggestions for coping after a disaster and resources for more information. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF3477
    Cultivating Accessible Agriculture

    The Kansas AgrAbility Project provides a wide range of no-cost assistance to farmers, ranchers, and farmworkers who have health conditions or disabilities. This trifold brochure provides information about the services provided through the project. 2 pages, color.

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  • PM56
    USDOL Certificate of Training

    Department of Labor certificate required for youth ages 14 and older showing completion of tractor and machinery operation training. Also available as a form-fillable pdf. 5.5" x 8.5” 3-part form, b/w.

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  • RPT100
    KansasAgrAbility, 2019 Year in Review

    Kansas AgrAbility enables Kansas agricultural workers who have been injured or have an activity limiting condition to remain actively engaged in agriculture. This annual report highlights the services provided and who was served during 2019. 11" by 26” trifold color poster.

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