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Farm Truck Awareness Safety Day

Published Feb. 4, 2014 | Discuss this article on Facebook

Farm Bureau is promoting this afternoon program on behalf of the Southwest Ohio Corn Growers because the value of the topics being discussed are vital to all of our farmers.  For those of you who attended the Workers’ Compensation meeting held in Washington Court House on Jan. 16, your required CompManagement safety course has been satisfied, BUT you may still want to attend this meeting.  Anyone attending this event may also receive credit for your Workers’ Compensation required training by visiting the Farm Bureau table and signing in with Steve Berk.

Please take this opportunity to learn the latest information on all topics related to operating a grain truck on the farm. Our line-up of presenters are experts in their respective fields, and they look forward to answering any questions you may have.

 This program is a must for anyone who operates a grain truck on the farm.

OHIO FARM BUREAU WORKERS COMP CREDITS OFFERED

After the conclusion of the truck safety program please join us for a complementary meal provided by the Southwest Ohio Corn Growers Association with the Annual Meeting to follow. We hope you can join us!

The Ohio State University Extension

Farm Truck Awareness Safety Day

Monday, Feb. 17, 2014

2 pm-6 pm

Complementary Dinner: 6 pm

Southwest Ohio Corn Growers Annual Meeting to follow (Open to all)

Cost: FREE

Where: Buckeye Harvesting LLC

12282 US 22 East

Sabina, Ohio 45169

Additional parking at Seed Consultants

Ohio Farm Bureau Workers Comp Credits Offered

Leah Curtis, Director of Agricultural Law, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation

Lee Kolenich, Agribusiness & Farm Insurance Specialist, Westfield Insurance

Chip Bumpus, Owner, Bumpus Trucking

Nancy McMullen, CDL Coordinator, CDL Skills/Testing: Butler County

Ohio State Patrol: Motor Carrier Enforcement Division, Wilmington Post

 

Special Thanks to our Presenters

Register by calling 740-335-1150, up to Friday, Feb. 7 or call the Farm Bureau office at 800-443-6830 or email vbrown@ofbf.org.

 

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