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Safety Program Resources

Farm Labour Supply or Farm Services


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This classification unit covers firms that supply workers to provide an array of services within the farming industry, such as cutting grain or hay and harvesting crops. Firms that supply labour to clients in a specific industry will be assigned the classification unit of that industry unless the client’s main business undertaking is best described in any of the other labour supply classification units. Also included are firms that harvest a variety of wild plants, mushrooms, or plant parts for sale as art and craft supplies, floral arrangement supplies, food ingredients, or gardening supplies.

Included in this classification unit are labour supply firms that fulfill client staffing requirements by supplying an individual or group of individuals. Although individuals are under the direction and control of the client, they are paid by the labour supply firm.

Farm Labour Supply
or Farm Services
Resources


The example templates and guidance below are available to assist Farm Labour Contractors. Employers are encouraged to customize these documents to fit their individual operation’s needs.

Packages | Administrative


Online Shop


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Chemical Storage


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Check Your Grip


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Confined Space


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Hand Hygiene


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First Aid


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Mobile Equipment
Pre-Inspection


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New & Young Worker Orientation Booklet


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No Smoking


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Pesticide Warning


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More Farm
Services
Resources


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    Packages | General Information


    Additional resources sorted by topic, and document type are available under Tools and Resources.

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    The resources below are available to further assist employers in building an Occupational Health & Safety Management Program.

    Large Employer
    Safety Program
    Resources

    20 Employees or More


    Additional support for employers can be received through working with a AgSafe Regional Safety Consultant or Safety Advisor.

    Small Employer
    Safety Program
    Resources

    19 Employees or Less