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Safety Program Resources

Ranching


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This classification unit covers firms that operate a ranch. Firms may grow and harvest various forms of feed for their livestock and may maintain and repair their own equipment and buildings.

They may also truck their own livestock or produce. Firms engaged in horse ranching, raising, or breeding are classified elsewhere.

Here are some examples of goods that firms in this classification unit produce:

  • Goat hair, Sheep's wool

Here are some examples of livestock that firms in this classification unit raise:

  • Alpacas, Buffalo, Deer, Livestock, Sheep, Bison, Cattle, Goats, Llamas

Ranching
Resources


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

Administration


Online Shop


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Chemical Storage


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Hand Hygiene


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Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome


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Heat Stress


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Mobile Equipment
Pre-Inspection


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New & Young Worker Orientation Booklet


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Slip, Trip, Fall Resources Info Card


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Stop! Locked Out?


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Working Alone or in Isolation Check-in Log


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More Ranching
Resources


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    Task Management Packages | Animal Handling


    Task Management Packages | Equipment

    Trucks, Trailers, Tractors & Implements
    Working Around a Power Take Off

    Task Management Packages | General




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    Beef Cattle Handling Facilities
    Information & Evaluation Tool
    Well maintained and carefully thought-out cattle handling facilities make the working environment safer and more efficient.


    Learn More
    Evaluation Tool



    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