Farm Health and Safety Producer Grant Program

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Program Information


Alberta Agriculture and Forestry

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Downloadable Forms
Farm Safety Frequently Asked Questions 51K
Farm Safety Application Form - Fillable PDF - Revised Nov 14 207K
Farm Safety Application Form - Printable PDF - Revised Nov 14 67K
Farm Safety Fundling List 95K
Farm Safety Terms and Conditions 75K

Program Details
  In response to the changes to the Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Code to include farms and ranches that employ waged, non-family workers, Alberta Labour is funding a grant that is administered by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.

The Farm Health and Safety Producer Grant Program offers financial support, subject to financial constraints, to eligible employers (must have waged, non-family workers and a WCB account) for eligible costs to improve health and safety in their operations and help them comply with the OH&S Code that takes effect on December 1, 2018. The program is now open and accepting applications.

Eligible applicants may apply for financial support for up to 50 percent of costs for eligible expenses identified in the applicable Funding List. Eligible applicants may submit a maximum of two applications per fiscal year. For more information on eligible applicants and expenses, funding maximums and other terms and conditions, see Downloadable Documents.

For more information on OH&S Code Requirements for Farms and Ranches see the following
OH&S Contact Centre:
Toll-free: 1-866-415-8690
Edmonton area: 780-415-8690

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Last Reviewed/Revised on November 15, 2018.