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Safety Program Resources

Grain Farming


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This classification unit covers firms that may prepare soil for new crops, plant, fertilize, irrigate, harvest, grade, sort, package, store, and transport grain. Although corn is technically a grain crop, it is generally considered to be a vegetable if it is harvested for the fresh market rather than allowed to dry in the field.

Here are some examples of plants or crops that firms in this classification unit grow:

  • Barley, Cereal Grains, Grain, Hops, Oats, Buckwheat, Corn, Grain Corn, Millet, Rye

Grain
Farming
Resources


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

Packages | Administrative


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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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Working Alone or in Isolation Check-in Log


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More Grain Farm
Resources


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    Task Management Packages | General

    Irrigation Individual Documents
    Slips, Trips, Falls Individual Documents
    Slips, Trips, Falls Page | LINK

    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