Kickin’ Tires — Ep. 10: Making Farm Safety a Priority

Over 100 adults and children are lost to agricultural fatalities on an average year in Canada. And though that number has started to drop in recent years, there is still much to be done to promote farm safety, particularly around machinery.

Jim Hale

Jim Hale, Saskatchewan farmer and co-host of Kickin’ Tires.

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In this episode of Kickin Tires, special guest Glen Blahey, health and safety specialist with the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA), joins hosts Jim Hale and Shaun Haney to discuss farm safety. The trio discuss everything from holding equipment suppliers accountable to maintaining (and not removing) safety shields. 

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