Why Farm Safely Quick Reference

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    Did you know that on average, 17 people living and working on farms in Alberta will lose their lives each year? This poster is a fantastic conversation starter to discuss why we should all farm safely. Alberta statistics and thought-provoking questions surrounding workplace injury are highlighted. Save yourself for the good times!

    Alberta Farm Safety Program
    Email: farm.safety@gov.ab.ca
    or toll-free: 310-FARM (3276)

    Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Farm Safety Staff:
    Janice Donkers, Youth Coordinator: janice.donkers@gov.ab.ca
    Kenda Lubeck, Coordinator: kenda.lubeck@gov.ab.ca
    Raelyn Peterson, Coordinator: raelyn.d.peterson@gov.ab.ca
    Sharon Stollery, Manager: sharon.stollery@gov.ab.ca
    Blair Takahashi, Specialist: blair.takahashi@gov.ab.ca


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This information published to the web on March 27, 2012.
Last Reviewed/Revised on November 8, 2018.