Navigating the SAY National Clearinghouse

The SAY National Clearinghouse consists of two different types of educational products: formal curricula and other supporting resources.
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Navigating the SAY National Clearinghouse

The SAY National Clearinghouse consists of two different types of educational products: formal curricula and other supporting resources and provides their alignment to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (AFNR) Career Cluster Content Standards related to agricultural safety and health.

  • AS.02: Animal Systems Career Pathway
  • CS.03: AFNR Cluster Skills (foundational safety related technical knowledge and skills)
  • ESS.01: Environmental Service Systems Career Pathway
  • ESS.05: Environmental Service Systems Career Pathway
  • PS.03 Plant Systems Career Pathway
  • PST.02 Power, Structural and Technical Systems Career Pathway

The term Formal Curriculum refers to material that: 1) has learning goals or objectives that are clearly stated; 2) includes subject matter content supportive of the learning goals or objectives; and 3) has an evaluation component (for example, some type of student assessment, such as a quiz). The term Other Supporting Resource refers to more individualized, originally authored resources, such as technical fact sheet series, video clips, PowerPoint presentations, or other materials that lack one or more of the three elements of a Formal Curriculum. Both types of materials may be supportive of AFNR Career Cluster Content Standards and can be valuable educational materials for youth agricultural safety and health.

The chart below indexes the curriculum based on high, medium, or low alignment to the AFNR standard. To access the curriculum, simply click on the name of the curriculum for more information and/or how to access it. Alignment to AFNR are measured by high (H), medium (M), low (L), or no alignment (blank).

CurriculumAS.02CS.03ESS.01ESS.05PS.03PST.02
Against the Grain: Safe Grain Storage and HandlingM
AgSafety4UHMLMLM
Animal SafetyML
ATV SafetyMLM
Blind Spots and Peripheral VisionLL
Blind Spots and Skid SteersLL
CareerSafe OSHA 10-Hour General IndustryMMLMM
Chemical SafetyMLM
Equine Farm Safety TrainingHMLLL
Farm Family Emergency ResponseMMLLL
Gearing Up for SafetyMHHLH
Grain SafetyL
Grain Safety: Entrapment, Engulfment and EntanglementHLLM
Hazards of Flowing GrainLLL
Manure Pit/Silo Hazards with Role PlayingLLL
Materials for Teaching Ag Safety in the College ClassroomMML
National Safe Tractor & Machinery Operation ProgramMMLM
NIOSH: Youth@Work Talking SafetyH
Power Take-Off Safety: Full-size Tractor DemoLL
Power Take-Off Safety: Walterscheid Tabletop DemoLL
Right from the Start (Livestock Safety)HL
Rural Roadway SafetyLL
Teaching Ag Safety & Health Management PlanningMHLLLM
Tractor SafetyLMM
Supporting ResourcesAS.02CS.03ESS.01ESS.05PS.03PST.02
A Guide to Teaching Safe Tractor OperationLH
Dairy Safety TrainingHMLM
Heat SafetyL
Injury Risk Assessment for Supervised Ag ExperiencesM
Ladder SafetyLL
Manure Pit Safety Fact SheetsMLMM
Personal Protective Equipment to Reduce Pesticide ExposureL
Pesticide Education: Spill Kit Fill ActivityL