FarmSafe Foundation / Fondation Sécuriferme
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The FarmSafe Foundation is a registered Canadian charity supporting the farm safety initiatives of the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association(CASA) by: 1) Educating the public by providing courses, seminars and workshops on farming and agricultural safety management and 2) Relieving conditions associated with disability by providing assistive devices and adaptive technology to people with disabilities.
About This Cause
Safety Days for Children: On average, eight children die every year on Canadian farms. That's why the FarmSafe Foundation supports Safety Days, the largest rural safety and health education program for children in North America that helps children learn to be safe on the farm. casa-acsa.ca/safetydays Farm Safety Resource Development and training: Farmsafety doesn't just happen. It takes time, resources, planning and training. That's why the FarmSafe Foundation supports the development of farmsafety resources and training to help Canadian farmers manage safety risks on their operations. casa-acsa.ca/training and casa-acsa.ca/CanadaFarmSafePlan Grain Safety Program: In 2015 alone, seven people died in Canada after being entrapped in grain. That's why the FarmSafe Foundation is supporting a fundraising campaign to help build the Grain Safety Program, a new initiative to provide grain safety education and rescue training to communities, workplaces and first responders through a mobile demonstration unit. casa-acsa/grain The Back to Ag Program for Injured Farmers: Every year, Canadian farmers and agricultural workers experience life-altering injuries. That's why the FarmSafe Foundation funds Back to Ag, a program that supports the cost of adaptive technology to traumatically injured farmers and workers. This program changes lives, and gets people back to farming! casa-acsa.ca/BacktoAg