From automated grain-bin management systems to mobile apps, technology is helping to reduce deadly grain bin accidents
Bridged grain hazards are present in all grain handling facilities. Use these safety tips to help protect your business and employees.
Preventing grain bin fires starts with maintaining grain quality in storage.
The industry is still experiencing fatalities from individuals being fully engulfed by grain.
Learn about safety procedures and equipment recommendations for safe bin entry.
Thanks to a grain rescue tube and training, first responders rescued a man from a grain bin accident.
Enhanced grain quality management can help improve worker safety.
Proper aeration and cooling are key elements for preventing situations that can lead to entrapment, causing serious injury or death.
If you're using older bins, now is the time to retrofit them. If you're considering a new bin, reduce common dangers by implementing the latest safety features.
Follow OSHA's grain-handling standards and requirements for entering a grain bin. Develop and implement a written, confined-space entry program
Although most family farms are exempt from OSHA regulations, it's important to follow their standards for confined spaces.
Grain bin anchors serve a key role in preventing grain bin entrapments for grain handlers who must enter a grain storage structure.