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Dairy farm safety course offered

12:53 PM, Dec. 31, 2012  |  Comments
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The Clark County University of Wisconsin-Extension Office is holding a training session on dairy farm safety from 10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Jan. 8 and 15. Participants will discover "best practice" protocols in dairy farming. The course will also teach how to create a safe and productive working eEnvironment and an effective safety and health program.

Your participation is encouraged if you: are a dairy farm manager or producer; need to establish a safety and health program that meets OSHA standards; are interested in providing a safer working environment; or want to learn about safety training for your employees.

All materials have been approved by OSHA. You will receive a student workbook with tools to assist in setting up a safety and health program; CD with forms and other resources that can be applied to your farm; and access to personal support for questions or concerns

Registration for the short course can be found at: www.uwrf.edu/CenterForDairyFarmSafety or call 715-425-3240. The registration fee is $15 per participant (lunch will be provided).

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