Mar 24, 2021
Safety and health needs of farmers focus of Penn State survey

Penn State Extension has developed an online survey to gather input from farm owners and workers on their educational needs regarding safety and health on their farms.

The survey, which will be online through April 30, asks farm managers, operators, staff and those who work in agriculture about their educational needs relating to youth safety, equipment safety, mental health, farm fires and related agricultural safety and health topics.

The Penn State Extension Ag Safety and Health team is looking forward to collecting input from farm operators, managers, owners, and staff.




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