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Grantee Name: Purdue University

Grant Number: SH-24885-SH3

Grant Year: 2013

The grantee conducted training on entrapments, engulfment, asphyxiation, entanglements, electrocutions and falls in and around grain storage and handling facilities affecting youth. The target audience included farm operators and farm employees; youth and beginning workers to the grain industry; owners, operators and employees of small commercial grain storage facilities; and emergency first response personnel.

Grain Handling - Youth

Title Length Format File Size
Against the Grain
Instructors Guide 74 Pages PDF 353 KB
Unit 1 Orientation Youth 10 Slides PPTX 1.05 MB
Unit 2 - Confined Space Youth 24 Slides PPTX 2.26 MB
Unit 3 - Summary Grain-Related Incidents Youth 27 Slides PPTX 6.63 MB
Unit 4 Working Safely Around Grain Youth 19 Slides PPTX 1.07 MB
Unit 5 Emergency Response Strats Youth 22 Slides PPTX 1.31 MB

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