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Olds, Alberta to host Farm Safety campaign launch


February 28, 2014
By Dave Harrison

Feb. 28, 2014, Olds, Alta. – The Canadian Agricultural Safety
Association (CASA) and the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) will
launch Canadian Agricultural Safety Week (CASW) in Olds, Alberta this
year.
 


Feb. 28, 2014, Olds, Alta. – The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) and the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) will launch Canadian Agricultural Safety Week (CASW) in Olds, Alberta this year.
 


CASW is a national, public education campaign focusing on the importance of safe agriculture. The campaign takes place every year in the third week of March.

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This year, the theme for CASW is “Let’s Talk About It!” – which encourages producers to engage in conversations about safety through a combination of farmer testimonials, producer resources, and videos.
 


On March 11, CASA and CFA are teaming up with Ag for Life and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) to host Let’s Talk About It! launch activities.

Included will be a luncheon with speeches from farm safety champions and testimonials from Alberta farmers showcased in the Let’s Talk About It! Video Series.

As well, there will be a half-day training session on best practices in safety orientation for seasonal and migrant workers featuring presentations from ARD and CASA.

Both the luncheon and training event are free and open to producers and safety champions from across the province.


Click here to register for free Alberta launch luncheon and /or training activites go to www.agsafetyweek.ca.

 

Click here for
 more information about CASW.
www.agsafetyweek.ca.

CASW is coordinated by the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association and the Canadian Federation of Agriculture with assistance from the Government of Canada through Growing Forward 2, a federal, provincial and territorial initiative.

In 2014, CASW partners and sponsors include long-time corporate sponsor Farm Credit Canada, Ag for Life, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development, CHS, Imperial Oil and Pioneer Hi-Bred Limited.


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