Purdue University - SH-22307-11

Grain Handling

Grantee Name: Purdue University Grant Number: SH-22307-11 Grant Year: 2011

The grantee built long term health and safety capacity and provided training to farm owners, farm operators, and farm workers (including youth) on safety and health hazards related to grain storage and handling. Training will target small commercial grain storage facilities with focus on post-harvest grain storage and handling. Training materials include PowerPoint presentations.

First Responder Training for Incidents Involving Grain Storage and Handling Facilities

Title Language Length Format File Size
First Responder Training for Incidents Involving Grain Storage and Handling Facilities
Unit 1 Summary of Grain-related Incidents
English
17 slides
PPTX 252.47 KB
Unit 2 Confined Spaces in Agriculture
English
34 slides
PPTX 3.36 MB
Unit 3 Rescue Equipment
English
22 slides
PPTX 792.25 KB
Unit 4 Rescue Strategies
English
49 slides
PPTX 2.57 MB

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