SAIF’s annual ag safety seminars are back in person
Registration is open for the 2022-23 season, which runs from Oct. 25 to Mar. 16.
SAIF is offering its agriculture safety seminars around the state once again this fall and winter. The 2022-23 season will run from October 25 through March 16. The seminar topics will also be recorded so you can watch them in the future.
The topics for 2022-23 are:
- Ag Hacks 3.0 | The saga continues
- Coexisting with agricultural chemicals
- Juggling the heat and the effects of OSHA’s new heat rule
- First responders on the farm
Nine seminars will be presented entirely in Spanish.
The seminars are designed primarily for people working in agriculture, but are open to anyone interested in ag safety and health—they don't have to be insured by SAIF.
Employers with small ag businesses who attend in person will meet OSHA's instructional requirement. It’s one of four requirements that exempt small agricultural operations from random OSHA inspections.
Three hours of technical and one hour of business continuing education credits are available from the Landscape Contractors Board.
Four regular producer continuing education credit hours for licensed insurance agents are approved by the Department of Consumer and Business Services.
View the seminar schedule and register at saif.com/agseminars. Employers can also register by calling 800.285.8525.