Youth, between the ages of 14-16, can complete agricultural safety training before working for hire.
Mobile Grain C.A.R.T. (Comprehensive Agricultural Rescue Trailer)
Farm Safety Round-Ups Day Camp
Learn more about ATV Safety by completing the ASI E-Course at www.atvsafety.org


The Agricultural Safety and Health program at The Ohio State University in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering is a nationally recognized center of excellence for educational extension programming and agricultural safety and health research.

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The OSU Ag Safety Program has developed an “OSHA and AG” educational program to address the safety and health topics commonly found in the agricultural industry. The 1-day workshop will be offered in 5-9 locations around the state in response to the growing concern about farms and their...
The OSU Extension safety office welcomed two new staff members in January. You can get to know them better, by tapping into their expertise or inviting them to a program in your area. * A renewed emphasis will be placed on the program areas: Agricultural Rescue and Emergency Management. Dave...
COLUMBUS, Ohio – From apple picking at a pick-your-own operation to pumpkin patches complete with hayrides and corn mazes, consumer interest in agritourism is high this time of year. Farm operators need to make sure that they are prepared not only for the additional traffic, but that their...
As corn silage harvest comes to a close and grain harvest nears, growers need to be aware of safety precautions to prevent grain engulfments, according to safety experts from Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. The issue is of...