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Protection for Your Businesses with Our Agricultural Safety Program

Our bilingual loss control team educates management, agricultural safety program managers, supervisors, and employees in the proper agricultural safety techniques. By conducting on-site inspections and auditing our clients’ agricultural safety and health programs, we develop and implement compliance metrics to further identify and evaluate potential hazards.

We offer protection for your agricultural businesses with farm equipment insurance, farm tractor insurance and specialty equipment insurance services..

Integrated Bilingual Representatives to Help Navigate Agricultural Safety

Agricultural safety and loss control specialists can integrate senior bilingual loss control representatives into mainstream labor pools to identify “root” causes of frequency and severity. By identifying core frequency issues, our agricultural safety and loss control team works with management to direct specific programs to address loss patterns.

Our farm equipment safety and loss control team works to address loss patterns.

Agricultural Safety FAQs

We provide two main forms of agricultural safety training:

Administration training

  • Staff Orientation
  • Implementation of Compliance Programs
  • Formation and Training of Safety Committee
  • Employee Immersion Techniques

Employee Safety Training

  • Back Safety
  • Dock Safety
  • Emergency Evacuation Procedures
  • Equipment and Machinery Safety
  • Forklift Safety Training and Certification
  • Ladder Safety
  • Lockout, Tag Out (What To Do When Performing Maintenance to “Energy Isolating Devices” or Mechanical Machinery)
  • Pesticide Safety (Applicator/WPS)
  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) 
  • Slip and Fall
  • Train the Trainer Programs
  • Tractor Operator Training

Safety training helps inform businesses of the potential risks and makes them aware of what they need to reduce agricultural safety hazards. Safety training enables farmers to avoid serious and fatal accidents, comply with all safety regulations and reduce workers’ compensation costs and legal liability.

Agricultural workers are exposed to many safety, health, environmental, biological and respiratory hazards. Our team can help inform you about agricultural safety hazards, help you identify what hazards are present in your operation and show you how to mitigate those hazards.

  • Tractor overturn accidents
  • Trips and falls
  • Entanglements and amputations while operating machinery
  • Suffocation while unloading silos or grain bins
  • Burns
  • Toxic exposure from pesticides and herbicides
  • Animal injuries, such as kicks and bites
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Hot work accidents

Common agricultural hazards include lifting heavy items, being struck by moving machinery or livestock, and slipping, tripping and falling. Our agricultural safety resources can help you learn more about common hazards and how to protect your agricultural workers from them:

Tractor accidents, including rollovers, are the leading cause of injuries and deaths for agricultural workers, according to the National Safety Council (NSC). Tractor safety is a crucial part of agricultural safety. You can learn more about tractor safety by exploring our tractor safety resources:

Working with a reliable team that can educate and train your management, supervisors, and employees in proper agricultural safety techniques is a crucial step in preventing accidents. On-site inspections and regular audits of your current safety programs can ensure that you meet all safety regulations and effectively protect your workers from potential hazards. Contact our team today to learn how our agricultural safety and loss control services can help your farm.