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Agricultural Safety Day

In rural Kentucky, farm injuries are a reality. Lives are lost, injuries are devastating and economic losses are staggering.

 The South Central AHEC partners with other organizations interested in educating farmers, farm families, and rural communities about safety measures designed to prevent farm injuries and illnesses.

 The Progressive Agriculture Foundation created Progressive Agriculture Safety Days to promote safety to young people. The Kentucky Partnership for Farm Family Health and Safety, Inc. was selected to host one of the first 10 Agriculture Safety Days in Warren County in 1996. The South Central AHEC has assisted with this event for many years and is now a co-sponsor along with the Warren County Cooperative Extension Service. Safety topics addressed include but are not limited to fire, water, methamphetamine, chemicals, electrical, tractor, small equipment, ATV, lawn equipment, animal, nutrition, firearms, bicycle, and first aid.

The Progressive Agriculture Foundation supports Agriculture Safety Days in many counties in the South Central AHEC service area. If you are interested in learning more about this program or developing a similar program in your community, please contact the AHEC office at 270-745-3325 or by email at ronnie.goad@wku.edu

 

 

                                                                                        Last update:  8/27/14 rg/nuisc


South Central KY AHEC
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd #41038
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1038
Phone: 270-745-3325 
Fax:  270-745-5928
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kynect, Kentucky's Healthcare Connection

Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange Information Session                                                                           When:  February 18, 2014  11am-1pm                       Where:  First Floor Medical Center Conference Room,  New Medical Center - WKU Health Sciences Complex at the corner of 700 First Avenue and US 31W By-Pass, Bowling Green, Ky

Information Flyer & registration information link

Registration is required
The UK Center for Rural Health in Hazard, Ky has been coordinating information sessions for health professionals across Kentucky since November 2014.
 The WKU College of Health and Human Services, the Institute for Rural Health and South Central AHEC are co-sponsoring this session with the UK Center for Rural Health. Registration is required; lunch will be provided and there is no registration fee.

 

event added 2/4/14 rg

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forms pertaining to -

  • Oral Health
  • Progressive Agricultural Safety Day
  • Child Passenger Safety
  • Kids on the Block

 

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 Last Modified 8/27/14