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When it comes to being on the farm — working, playing, or living — it is always important be to safe and mindful of yourself and your surroundings.  “I think preparations often eliminate emergency situations,” said Laura Nelson, executive director for Alberta Farm Safety. “If safety precautions were not taken, there could be serious injuries daily.” Alberta Farm Safety is a safety program that educates children at schools about the significances, rules, and steps to safely be on farms. Since they are young, said Nelson, they are open and wanting to learn new things. Among the many materials that Farm Safety teaches its student is for them to be aware of their surroundings on a farm since it’s known to be workplace.   “So, that in my mind is why it is extremely important to reach children over time, as they mature and their interest and potential involvement in farming increases,” Nelson said. Since farming is a huge industry in Alberta for many farmers and their families who work and live on fields, far from any emergency services, learning about the safety of being on a farm is vital. There are many risks and hazards that exist on a farm and in the surrounding areas, with farm machineries being the biggest.  A report from Canadian Agricultural Injury Reporting (CAIR), a non-profit national organization that focuses on improving the health and safety of farmers, agriculture workers, and their families, indicates that between 2003 and 2012, most agriculture-related fatalities are related to farm machinery use, with both runovers and rollovers at 18 per cent each and being pinned or struck by a component of a farm machine at nine per cent comprised the top three causes for fatal injuries. However, in the same report, CAIR also explained that agriculture-related fatalities across Canada are declining, including fatalities related to the use of farm machineries.  From 1990 to 2001, there was an annual average of 116 fatalities related to agriculture incidents.  From 2002 to 2012, that annual number dropped to 85 fatalities, with the decline in these fatality rates for all age groups. During those times, rollovers declined by an annual average of 3.6 per cent, while being pinned or struck by a machine component declined by an annual average of 7.8 per cent. “I think that things are moving in the right direction,” Nelson said.

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