Agricultural Safety and Health
The Agricultural Safety and Health Program assists rural residents in making their homes, work places and communities the safest and healthiest possible places to live and work. Programs include agricultural injury prevention, emergency preparedness, homeland security, and rehabilitation services to farmers impacted by disability. General information on agricultural safety and health and related links can be found at Farm Safety. The Breaking New Ground Resource Center is internationally recognized as a source of information on rehabilitation technology relating to agricultural worksites. It manages the National AgrAbility Project, providing training and resources to the 22 state and regional AgrAbility Projects in collaboration with two national disability organizations. Resources for rural caregivers are also provided.
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Abstracts From Recent Graduate Student Research
- Roberts, Matthew J., MS, Purdue University, August 2008. Summary of Prior Grain Entrapment Rescue Strategies and Application Principles Associated with using a Grain Rescue Tube as a Grain Retaining Device (Field, Maier)
Our Agricultural Safety and Health Faculty are involved in a number of projects including:
- William Field - 3D Smith-Lever Extension Grant
- Roger Tormoehlen - Youth Farm Safety Educational and Certification Program: Development and Management of Instructor Training