Teach Agricultural Safety & Health Topics?

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The NC Agromedicine Institute needs your help. If you are currently teaching any agricultural safety and health topics in any capacity, please take 2 minutes to answer this survey.

Also, if you know of someone else in your community who teaches an agricultural safety and health topic, please share the survey with them and encourage them to complete it. Please share via the link above or the survey link below.

What ASH topics are included? Topics include, but aren’t limited to the following:
» ATV safety » Confined Space » Forklift Safety » Grain bin Safety
» Grain Bin Rescue » Heat Stress Prevention & Response
» Pesticide Safety » Tobacco Harvester/Baler Safety
» Tobacco Harvester Rescue » Tractor Safety (Power Take Off (PTO), Roll Over Protective Structure (ROPS) » Tractor Rollover Rescue
» Firearm Safety » CPR » First Aid » First on Scene (for farm incidents)
» Other Agricultural Safety or Rescue

What is the NC Agromedicine Institute? In case you’re not familiar with the Institute, it exists as a partnership between NCA&T, NCSU, and ECU that works with Extension and other stakeholders in our state and beyond to provide safety and health research, prevention/intervention, and education/outreach to farmers, fishermen, foresters, and their families. We need your help to measure NC’s current capacity for ASH programming at the local level. 

If you’re interested in learning more about any of the topics above or another ASH topic, feel free to contact:

Alyssa Spence, MS, NBCT

Doctoral Candidate, Agricultural and Extension Education EdD Program

NC State University, Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences

NC Agromedicine Institute, Associate Director

Office: 252.744.1008 Email: spencea20@ecu.edu

Agricultural SAFETY & HEALTH EDUCATOR Survey