A year-round grain management strategy can help minimize grain-related accidents and help improve your bottom line.
Use this checklist when performing grain dryer inspections to help reduce the risk of mechanical breakdown and fire.
Before harvest begins, follow these important tips to prepare and avoid the loss of use of harvesting, grain handling or grain drying equipment.
Young farm workers should read and follow all the information contained within, and share it with parents or legal guardians so they are aware of the potential hazards related to the transporting and storing of grain.
Entering a grain bin is extremely dangerous. This awareness document can help you gain a better understanding of what can go wrong when entering a grain bin and what it takes to help prevent a tragedy from happening.
Before bin entry, it's important for all employers, workers and farmers to follow specific bin-entry precautions outlined in this permit.
To avoid hot work-generated fires, management should implement a hot work program, which requires the issuance of a hot work permit before beginning hot work and observance of hot work preparation and safety guidelines.
Follow these design, construction, maintenance and inspection guidelines to help ensure structural integrity and safety.