The SAY Project has developed a National Clearinghouse that shows the alignment of agricultural safety and health curriculum and educational resources to Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (AFNR) Career Cluster Content Standards used by agricultural educators.
The manual developed by Penn State University was designed to assist agricultural employers, producers, and experienced operators organize and conduct a hands-on safety tractor driving workshop.
A basic awareness level training for youth to safely work in the grain industry.
AgSafety4u is an online course designed for youth ages 16 and up, new farmers, and for agricultural operations looking to enhance knowledge on tractor and machinery.
The Animal Safety curriculum developed by Farm Safety for Just Kids is for rural and urban youth and includes demonstrations and animal safety brochures with teaching resources.
The ATV Safety curriculum developed by Farm Safety for Just Kids teaches youth about the importance of personal protective equipment (PPE) and certification courses.
The Blind Spots and Peripheral Vision lesson plan developed by Penn State University includes learning objectives, demonstration instructions, and an evaluation.
Aligns with the following AFNR Standard(s): CS.03 and PST.02: Low Alignment
The Blind Spots and Skid Steers lesson plan developed by Penn State University provides learning objectives, demonstration instructions and an evaluation.
This course provides training for entry level workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace.
The Chemical Safety curriculum developed by Farm Safety for Just Kids is used to teach youth how to identify safe substances from their chemical look-a-likes, how to read product labels, and more.
The video series “Considering Human and Animal Safety: Dairy Safety Training” educates dairy farm workers on practices that will keep both the workers and the cows safe and healthy.
The Equine Farm Safety Training by Michigan State University and My Horse University is a free course to learn how to be safe while working with horses.
The Farm Family Emergency Response Program by Penn State University is delivering programs to the agricultural community that will prepare for better managing a farm emergency.
Gearing Up for Safety by Purdue University is an outcomes-based instructional program developed to provide training for youth seeking employment in agricultural production.