Resources available in Spanish
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Always Wash Your Hands
A step by step guide on how to wash your hands properly.Free!
Be Snake Smart
Tips for working in areas snakes may be present including what action to take if someone is bitten.
Source: The Land Conservancy of British Columbia, South Okanagan-Similkameen Stewardship Program, BCAC, Investment Agriculture Foundation of British Columbia, Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance, South Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Program, Provincial and Federal GovernmentsFree!
Buckle up with ROPSFree!
Danger Chemical Storage. Authorized persons only. In case of fire use extreme caution.Free!
Danger confined space. Special precautions required. No unauthorized entry.
Created in conjunction with WorkSafeBC
Standard Size: 11″x11″Free!
Emergency services contact numbers. / Farm information. / What to tell dispatcher. / Directions to farm.Free!
Emergency Information Tag
FRONT: Directions to farm, Contact numbers for Poison control, Electric, Gas & other
BACK: Contact numbers for Fire, Ambulance, Police & Neighbour & What to tell dispatcherFree!
Combined English & Spanish
First Aid for MSI
Sections: Back sprains & strains / Knew sprains & strains / Shoulder tendonitis / Tennis elbow / Wrist tendonitis / Carpal tunnel syndrome / Trigger fingerFree!
Keep Guards On
Keep guards on. Guards prevent serious injury or death.Free!
Locked Out Tag
Locked out | Do not operate.
Combined English, Spanish, Punjabi and Vietnamese.Free
Management of Confined Spaces in Agriculture – Worker Booklet
Worker booklet to accompany the employer booklet about managing confined spaces in agriculture.
Created in collaboration with WorkSafeBCFree!
New & Young Worker Orientation Booklet
Information booklet to accompany the orientation of new and young workers.Free!
Orchard Ladder Safety
Step by step guide to using a ladder safely in an orchard.
Pesticide Safety for Field Workers
Basic rules to follow for fieldworkers working with pesticides.Free!
Pesticide Safety Poster
Front: Visual step-by-step process of using pesticides safely
Back: Information in various languages
Combined English, French, Punjabi, Chinese, Spanish & Vietnamese.
Source: Health Canada
Warning | Name of pesticide | Date of application | Do not enter until | Entry before this time is permitted only if proper protective equipment is worn and permission is obtained.
Combined English & Spanish
**Due to limited supplies only one can be requested per order. If you require more, please email email@example.com**Free
Pre-shift inspection booklet for pipe-rail elevating carts.Free!
Position Tongue Uphill on Slope
Position tongue uphill on slopeFree!
Rotating drivelines can cause severe injury or death. Keep all driveline shields in place. Securely attach both ends of driveline.Free!
Rule of Thumb for a Stable Ladder
Rule of thumb for a stable ladder.Free!
Safety Tips for Orchard Ladder Use
Tips for ladder use in the orchard
Spider and Tick Safety
Tips for working in areas where spiders, or ticks may be present including what action to take if someone is bitten.
8.5″x11″ (Spanish version is 11″x17″)
Source: AgSafe, CASA, FCC and Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance