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BWC brings safety focus to Farm Science Review

BWC will have safety consultants available at two different booths this year, including a presence in the Ohio Farm Bureau building on the corner of Beef Street and Friday Avenue.

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Our Ohio Weekly: 60th Farm Science Review preview

The premier agricultural education and industry exposition, Farm Science Review, is set for Sept. 20–22 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London.

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Cool down and stay safe during Ohio’s hot summer

Here are a few tips from Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation that may help prevent heat stress.

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Three common areas where agriculture safety can be improved

BWC’s free safety consulting services link Ohio’s agriculture employers with safety and health professionals who will work to help reduce the risk of workplace injuries and illnesses.

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Ohio hobby farmer shares safety advice for ag businesses

A safety consultant can get you started on the path to safety or help you make your existing safety program even better.

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Free consultations offered to improve workplace safety

During a safety consultation, a safety and health professional will help you identify hazards and work with you to develop cost-effective solutions to reduce the risk of injury or illness.

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Recent mowing incidents prompt mowing safety reminders

The following tips and resources can help make lawn mower operations safer for yourself and your workers.

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Better You, Better Ohio! provides free health, wellness resources

Employers can use Better You, Better Ohio! to help manage and reduce their workers’ compensation and health care costs by having a healthier workforce.

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Dig in to these grant opportunities for Ohio’s ag industry

BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene provides a variety of grants to help Ohio employers create a safe and healthy workplace.

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Online learning opportunities, resources for Ohio’s ag community

Many of Ohio’s food and farming-focused businesses have turned to Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation to help bring outside resources and education to their staff.

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