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Sea to Sky Soils has successfully completed AgSafeBC’s safety Certificate of Recognition program to become COR certified. Read more

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Prior to 1993 British Columbia’s agricultural employers and workers had few safety resources and little direction about how to run their operations safely. As a result AgSafe, formerly known as FARSHA, was formed to coordinate and direct activities r Read more

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AgSafe is pleased to welcome Kyle Hart as the newest member of their team of safety consultants and advisors. Hart will be working with agricultural producers in the central Okanagan region. Read more

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AgSafe is helping BC agriculture employers understand implications for health and safety programs after recreational use of cannabis became legal in Canada on October 17, 2018. AgSafe, British Columbia’s agriculture health and safety association, is Read more

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On October 3rd, members of British Columbia’s agriculture community joined AgSafe in celebrating twenty-five years as the industry’s provincial health and safety association. Read more

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AgSafe recently announced the retirement of Carol Reid, Provincial Safety Consultant - Orchards & Vineyards, based in British Columbia’s Okanagan region. Read more

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There are over 24,000 people employed in British Columbia’s agriculture industry and sun and heat exposure are workplace hazards for many of them. Read more

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In orchards, ladders are one of the most commonly used pieces of equipment. But they’re also often associated with falls, one of the industry’s leading causes of injury. Read more

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For those social media savvy folks out there, you can use the hashtag, #AgSafetyChamp to help share safety tips and photos. Read more

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Being hit by a tractor or caught in a tractor rollover comprise by far the largest percentage of accidents on Canadian farms, and yet many farmers still fail to take adequate precautions. Read more

Articles

Agriculture can be a dangerous business. Tragedy can beset workers and members of their families. This was reality again in 2015 punctuated with incidents like the loss of children’s lives on an Alberta farm. Read more

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