Safety Program Resources

Grain Farming

The example templates and guidance below is available to assist Grain Farmers in building their Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Program. Employers are encouraged to customize these documents to fit their individual operation’s needs when building or enhancing their OHS Program.

Additional support for employers can be received through working with a AgSafe Regional Safety Consultant or Safety Advisor to fully implement a program that will work for your business.

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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

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To further assist employers these resources have been sorted by COR Audit Element.



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