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RN to BSN Students Participate in Ag Safety Day

RN to BSN Students Participate in Ag Safety Day

Thirty-seven RN to BSN students participated in Ag Safety Day on September 26, 2013. The students taught a variety of classes for approximately 375 fourth grade students from Warren and Allen counties. Educational topics included Snake Safety, CPR, First Aid, Sun Safety, Severe Weather, Food Safety, ATV Safety, Bike Safety, K9-Dog Awareness, Livestock & Pet Safety, Effects of Alcohol, Water Safety, and Grain Bin/Farm Safety. The Ag Safety Day is held annually at L.D. Brown Ag Expo Center located on WKU’s Agricultural Complex and is sponsored by the Partnership for Farm Family Health and Safety and South Central Area Health Education Center (AHEC).

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