Discover safety tips for grain entrapment, grain augers, rollover protection, driving ATVs, and preventing worker exhaustion.
A farm can be a fun place for children to explore and play — if it is a safe place to visit. Follow these guidelines to prevent falls, stay focused, and avoid fatigue.
Electricity always needs to be treated with extreme caution. Find out what to look for to stay safe, and what to do if there’s an accident.
Pesticides, cleaning substances, and other chemicals require training and knowledge — you need to know how to handle the material and what to do if there is a spill.
Taking farm equipment on the road isn’t the same as getting behind the wheel of a car or truck.
You might work with cattle every day on your farm, and it might be easy to forget the risks of interacting with livestock. Here are some guidelines for a safe and successful time with cattle.
Wear proper safety gear, follow proper safety procedures, and be aware of the hazards of grain bins and other equipment.
You may use an ATV every day for the many small tasks on your farm. Are you following safety procedures before, during, and after each trip?
Newer tractors include equipment to reduce the risk of roll overs. But not every farmer has a new tractor. Learn why this valuable safety measure can prevent serious injury and even death.
PTOs help tractors and other heavy machinery get work done, but they need to be used with safety in mind. See one survivor’s story.
Hastings Mutual Insurance Company
404 E. Woodlawn Ave.
Hastings, MI 49058
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (EST)