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What’s up, what’s coming, what’s launched, and what you need to know.

Our Programs

CASA is in the business of culture change. We want to help producers see and manage risk in the agricultural workplace. Changing culture isn’t easy, but through our programs, we empower farm families to protect themselves from injury.

Safety Days for Children

We promote farm safety education for youth through our support of Progressive Agriculture Safety Days®.Learn More »

Canadian Agricultural Safety Week

We raise awareness about the importance of farm safety through our annual public education campaign complete with resources, events and activities.Visit agsafetyweek.ca »

Grain Safety

We facilitate grain safety rescue, training, and prevention education to first responders, workplaces and rural communities.Learn More »

Machinery Safety

We support the development of technical standards for agricultural machinery and encourage producers to report safety concerns with machinery.Speak Up For Safer Equipment »

Injury Reporting

We work with many partners to analyze and report on the latest Canadian agricultural fatality data.Visit CAIR »

National Conference

We host an annual farm safety conference that brings together experts from across the country to share the latest developments on farm safety innovation, research and best practices.Learn More »

Help Us Make Farming Safer

Farming can be a dangerous occupation, for producers, workers and their families. But CASA is investing in communities, developing tools, and supporting training to help make farming safer. You can help us build a Canada where no one is hurt farming.

Our Resources

The right resource at the right time can help producers improve the safety of their operations. As knowledge brokers, CASA connects people with the resources they need to improve farm safety.
Our Resources

Canada FarmSafe Plan

Canada FarmSafe Plan

Although the majority of Canadian producers (85%) believe safety is a priority on their farm, less than one in ten (9%) currently have a written agricultural safety plan on their farm or ranch.

NOS - National Occupational Standard

NOS

Are you looking for an agricultural health and safety professional to join your team? Not sure what credentials you should be looking for when selecting candidates?

Conducting Safety Meetings Toolbox/Tailgate Talks

Conducting Safety Meetings Toolbox/Tailgate Talks

Brief, informal talks or meetings about specific topics relevant to agriculture and how to undertake these various tasks safely and properly.

Tools for Farm Families

Tools for Farm Families

Your family is your pride and joy. Whether you are raising children, watching out for your partner, or checking in on Dad after a long day in the field, you would do anything to keep them safe, while preserving the farm experience for future generations.

Machinery Safety Resources

Machinery Safety Resources

Are you looking for an agricultural health and safety professional to join your team? Not sure what credentials you should be looking for when selecting candidates?

PPE Resources

PPE Resources

Personal protective equipment is apparel and devices worn to protect the body from contact with pesticides or pesticide residues, including aprons, chemical-resistant suits, coveralls, footwear, gloves, headgear, protective eyewear and respirators.

Grain Safety

Grain Safety

Be part of a campaign to prevent kids and adults from dying in grain. The heart of this program includes building a mobile demonstration unit which functions as both a grain entrapment demonstration unit and a rescue training unit.

Our Training

Knowledge is power. Browse our list of on-line and in-person training courses and brush up on your safety knowledge today. Courses cover health and safety best practices from across the industry and are appropriate for producers, safety professionals and ag sector businesses looking to train employees.

ONLINE TRAINING

Take affordable, professional, ag health and safety courses developed by CASA, anywhere, anytime of day.

IN-PERSON TRAINING

Take training to the next level with CASA’s in-person farm safety courses.

CUSTOM SERVICES

Can’t find what you’re looking for? CASA and our Authorized Training Partners are available for custom training or consultation projects.

Our Grants

Need support to put farm safety front and center? You may be eligible for one of CASA’s granting programs. Purchase adaptive technology to help return to farming following a traumatic injury through the Back to Ag Program. Or cover some of the costs of hosting a Safety Day event in your community through the FCC Safety Day Coordinator Fund.

Our Charitable Work

In an average year, Canada mourns the loss of over 80 adults and children due to agricultural fatalities.The FarmSafe Foundation is a registered Canadian charity supporting the farm safety initiatives of the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association.

Become a CASA Sponsor

Our sponsors support farm safety training programs, education, national safety campaigns, and more. Find out if CASA is a great fit for your business.

Be an AgSafe Family

Adults are the breadwinners, the managers, and the multi-taskers that glue a safe, productive farm family together. Browse our resources and be an AgSafe Family!

Be an AgSafe Family is a three-year farm safety campaign coinciding with Canadian Agricultural Safety Week. Organized by the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) and the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA), the aim is to empower producer families with the information they need to help keep kids, adults and seniors safe on the farm or ranch while preserving a way of life that is beloved and precious. You can farm, and be safe too!

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