Educational Resources

Health and safety topics can be as diverse as the agricultural industry itself. Looking for subject matter for "farm safety programs" can be a major undertaking if your focus is not carefully identified.

Ag Safety STAT Newsletter - An electronic newsletter prepared by team members from the OSU Extension Agricultural Safety & Health Team.

Safety Fact Sheets - Available through the

OSU Ag Safety Videos- Check out a variety of short videos about programming offered through the OSU Ag Safety and Health office and Farm Safety topics.

Tailgate Safety Training Materials - Safety training curriculum for short safety meetings daily or weekly.

Ag Workplace Safety Resources-  A great way to add safety awareness to the workplace through videos, print materials, and posters.

Agritourism Emergency Preparedness- Emergency preparedness for agritourism and direct marketing enterprises.

Tractor ROPS Video- Tractor Accident Can Happen to Anyone video

ATV Safety for Agriculture Video- This ten-minute educational DVD provides instruction on safe operating procedures and proper protective gear when using ATVs to complete various agricultural tasks. Some of the specific tasks reviewed in this video include: proper ATV fit, add-on equipment, passengers, hauling loads, and herding livestock. The target audience for this video is individuals who operate or want to learn safe operating procedure for ATV/UTVs in agricultural workplaces. It is recommended for youth and adults over the age of 16.

Video Library- (Available only to Ohio residents) Topic area search allows you to browse through ten pages: Equipment, Home/Family, Livestock, Chemical, Farm, Motor Vehicle/ATV , Amish Buggy, Farm Worker, Disability/Health and Electrical. Within these pages the program materials could easily stretch across several categories; however, in an attempt to concisely organize materials, information is only listed once. If you are looking for program materials that could fit into several subject areas, check the heading that most identifies the subject matter first.