National Farm Safety and Health Week

18 - 24 September 2022

Protecting Agriculture's Future

Since 1944, farmers, ranchers, safety councils, farm bureaus and ag communities across the United States have advocated for National Farm Safety and Health Week. Driven by our passion for Farm Safety, the Safe Ag Systems team are joining the conversation, encouraging our industry to protect the people and drive cultural change. Help us protect the future of Agriculture!

#NFSHW22 #NFSHW #USAgCenters #KeepFarmsSafe #CultivateSafety #FarmSafety





In one year a U.S. farm feeds 166 people. This contribution is thanks to the 2 million farms scattered across America’s rural landscape.
Where would the United States be without farmers?
As an operator you should know the hazards that your machinery can present. Discover five tips for tractor safety and how you can reduce the risks on your farm or ranch.
5 tips for Tractor Safety

The effects of dementia on farm life

“Investigators found that those who identified as having long-term occupations in the agriculture, fishing and forestry sectors had 46% greater odds of having dementia than those who did not.”

Grouped with ageing on farm, dementia adds another element of risk not just for the person diagnosed, but for other workers and family members on farm.

“From 2011 to 2018, 1,030 workers died from occupational injuries involving a confined space. The annual figures range from a low of 88 in 2012 to a high of 166 in 2017.” Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI).
Confined Spaces in Agriculture - what do you need to know?

How do you get involved?

The team at Safe Ag Systems are joining the conversation, promoting the importance of farm safety. Join us, US Ag Centers and Farm Safety advocates across social media channels as we share tips and free tools. Help promote one of the most important industries around the globe.

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Don’t forget the hashtags! #USAgCenters #NFSHW22 #NECASAG