Make safety a part of your business

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Farm safety has always been a concern to protect workers and family members. But as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) amps up its focus on farms, now is a good time to make sure your safety programs are in place.

In the February issue of Starting Strong, Scott Hall, Vita Plus safety director, discusses on-farm safety. In particular, he addresses:

  • Common areas that OSHA focuses on during an inspection.  
  • Areas to consider when developing or improving on-farm safety.
  • Tips to help you take on the task of developing and implementing on-farm safety programs.

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Source: Vita Plus Starting Strong Calf Care E-news - February 2013



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