Health and Safety Resources
GPCAH offers a variety of educational materials, course offerings, and outreach topics for promoting agricultural health and safety. View information about our annual Core Course and online modules, access posters and other items that you can print and post, and learn about our outreach materials. Popular topics include:
GPCAH research projects are designed to investigate health and safety hazards to agricultural workers throughout the Great Plains region. Click on the links below to learn about current studies.
“This is the first study to use vehicle and roadway GPS and video technology on farm vehicles to develop a safety campaign to improve rural roadway driving behavior at the community level.” – Cara Hamann, PI
“Effectively translating our research findings effectiveness, costs, and cost-savings to stakeholders will lead to adoption, and concurrently improve worker and animal health in the swine industry.” – Matt Nonnennmann, PI
“This project involves an in-depth analysis of multiple methods and data sources for accurately capturing both agricultural injuries and risk factors.” – Marizen Ramirez, PI
“If you have an idea that you want to try to test out, it’s a great opportunity.”- David Brown, Pilot Grant Recipient
News and Events
- Press Release: Re-imagining a Safe and Healthy Future for Agriculture at the 2022 Midwest Rural Agricultural Safety and Health (MRASH) Conference
- Press Release: Free safety workshop to focus on youth working in agriculture
- Storm Season – Survivor shares vivid memories of ’92 twister that took her home
- Can Your Community Organization Use up to $30,000 to Prevent Injury and Illness on the Farm?