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Health and Safety » Farm

Displaying 1 to 5 of 25 Publications.

  • RPT100
    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.

    $2.10
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  • PM56
    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.

    $0.30
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  • MF3479
    MF3479
    Environmental Health and Safety Program Guide

    The program guide is to assist you in accessing and understanding programs available to you to create healthy and safe work environments for faculty, staff, and students. All programs identified can be found on the Environmental Health and Safety webpage located at http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/agsafe/. The Environmental Health and Safety office is available to provide guidance in program development. 56 pages, color.

    $86.25
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  • MF3470
    MF3470
    Safety Tips for Farming with Arthritis

    Arthritis can make everyday farm tasks more difficult. This fact sheet from the Kansas AgrAbility Project suggests modifications and low-cost devices to help farmers accommodate limitations caused by arthritis. 2 pages, color.

    $1.15
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  • MF3469
    MF3469
    Safety Tips for Farming with a Back Injury or Back Problem

    Farming safely with a back injury may require adaptations and assistive technologies. This fact sheet from the Kansas AgrAbility Project outlines factors to take into consideration and resources for more information. 2 pages, color.

    $1.15
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