- Prevent injuries
- Be a leader
- Chemical and other health hazards
- Promote health
- Plan for emergencies
- Industry-specific topics
- Agricultural educators
- Construction and maintenance
- Forklifts (powered industrial trucks)
- Health care
- Restaurants and Kitchens
- Janitorial and Housekeeping
- Retail | Warehouse
- Small animal handling
- Temp Workers
- Trucking safety
- Young workers
- Video library
- SAIF posters and forms
Agriculture ranks among the most hazardous industries. More than 400 people die each year from farm work-related injuries; more than 100 of those are under age 20.
Find more agriculture and farm safety information here.
SAIF is partnering with educators and organizations like O[yes] to reach young workers as part of our vision to make Oregon the safest and healthiest state.
These resources will help start or supplement your safety program by guiding students through learning about hazards, controlling risks, and practicing safe behaviors.
Animals in the classroom
Hazard checklists (California State Compensation Insurance Fund)
Comprehensive resource for inspections and hazard identification, in English and Spanish.
Can you identify fatal hazards on your farm or ranch? [PDF] (OR-FACE and OHSU)
Oregon farm fatality cases and safety recommendations. (Spanish)
Show Me Farm Safety (Missouri Department of Agriculture)
This site includes safety information on farm equipment, grain, and livestock. Kids corner provides learning resources for children.
Tractor safety booklet (National Ag Safety Database)
Detailed information on tractor safety and maintenance.
Tractors, ATVS, and other equipment (Penn State Extension)
Ag safety education on motor vehicles and farm equipment.