Idaho State University - SH-22228-11

Agricultural Operations

Grantee Name: Idaho State University Grant Number: SH-22228-11 Grant Year: 2011

The grantee provided training to workers and employers in Idaho's agri-business sector. Training topics included welding, oxy-acetylene cutting, tractor safety, personal protective equipment, and grinder safety. Training materials include PowerPoint presentations in English and Spanish. 

Safety in Agricultural Operations

Title Language Length Format File Size
Safety in Agricultural Operations
Grinder Safety Applications in Agriculture Shops
English
24 slides
PPT 1.31 MB
Oxy-Acetylene Cutting Safety in Agriculture
English
31 slides
PPT 1.98 MB
Safety Apparel in Agriculture
English
16 slides
PPT 985.50 KB
Tractor Safety for Agriculture
English
16 slides
PPT 960.50 KB
Welding Safety in Agriculture
English
25 slides
PPT 1,018.50 KB
Las Aplicaciones de Seguridad de Amoladora en los Talleres de Reparación en la Agricultura
Spanish
24 slides
PPT 1.23 MB
La Seguridad del Corte de Oxi-Acetileno en la Agricultura
Spanish
31 slides
PPT 1.98 MB
Ropa de Seguridad en la Agricultura
Spanish
16 slides
PPTX 566.25 KB
Normas de Seguridad para los Tractores en la Agricultura
Spanish
16 slides
PPTX 598.75 KB
La Seguridad de Soldadura en la Agricultura
Spanish
25 slides
PPT 1.01 MB
La Seguridad de Soldadura en la Agricultura: Lineamiento de Entrenamiento
Spanish
21 pages
PDF 373.63 KB
La Seguridad del Corte de Oxi-Acetileno en la Agricultura: Lineamiento de Entrenamiento
Spanish
14 pages
PDF 94.52 KB

DISCLAIMER: This material was produced under grant number SH-22228-11 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U. S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U. S. Government. The U.S. Government does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed.

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To this end, permission is granted to use such copyrighted material solely for non-commercial, instructional, personal, or scholarly purposes. The material may be used and incorporated into other workplace safety and health programs on the condition that no fee may be charged for the subsequent use of the material. Use of the material for any other purpose, particularly commercial use, without the prior, express written permission of the copyright owner/s is prohibited. Furthermore, any modification to the material is prohibited without the prior, express written permission of the copyright owners.