- Get Involved
See below for recommendations of ways various groups can use our resources.
Business / Industry
- Encourage “best practices” among your customers who work in agriculture
- Make a display with resources during Farm Safety and Health Week (mid September)
- Post resources in waiting areas, meeting rooms or place on magazine tables for customers to read
- Include resources at farm shows, county fairs and trade shows
- Learn or teach the risks and hazards of specific farm jobs based on guidelines
- Incorporate guidelines and resources into students’ assignments and class projects
- Help parents learn about agricultural safety by offering presentations, discussions, or displays based
- Use guidelines as a membership gift or project theme
- Print guidelines on promotional materials (posters, greeting cards, place mats, calendars) or include them as a gift
Health Care Professionals
- Learn about the principles of child development as they relate to agricultural work
- Encourage parents to assess their children’s readiness for agricultural work
- Post resources in waiting rooms, offices, exam rooms, meeting rooms and place on magazine tables
Farm Owners / Parents / Grandparents
- Use guidelines to assess your child/workers abilities to complete a job
- Encourage “best practices” among friends and neighbors
- Recognize different levels of supervision
For more information, contact the National Children’s Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety at 800.662.6900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helping kids do the job safely is our goal!