Certified Safe Farm Program

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Certified Safe Farm Program

Are you interested in: fewer injuries…better health…fewer lost work days…lower health costs…for yourself, your family and your employees? The NC Agromedicine Institute, AgriSafe of NC and the N.C. Cooperative Extension are collaborating to promote Certified Safe Farms in NC by offering:

• AgriSafe occupational wellness reviews, and personal protective equipment selection.

• On-farm safety audits.


• Voluntary

• Review of Hazards and Safety Features

• Safety Discounts

• Insurance Incentives

• Recognition by Customers and Community

• Proudly Display a Certified Safe Farm Sign

The farm safety audits are a free service offered by the Cooperative Extension Office. The Agromedicine Institute will conduct the wellness reviews at a minimal fee. If you are interested in this program, please give us a call at 919-496-3344. The on-farm audits will take approximately 4 hours.

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Charles Mitchell, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionCharles MitchellCounty Extension Director, Field Crops Agent & Pesticide Coordinator Call Charles Email Charles N.C. Cooperative Extension, Franklin County Center
Posted on Jan 24, 2017
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