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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A partner to keep your agriculture business protected 

Your agriculture business can work with Ohio BWC to ensure your workplace remains safe and secure.

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A safety consultation may benefit your agriculture business

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has a team of experts who can help agricultural businesses of all kinds create a safer work environment.

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Safety important to Ohio employers

Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation help you prevent workplace injuries and illnesses.

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Muskingum, Perry County hold joint Safety Meeting

Speakers from Cedar Ridge Behavioral Health Solutions, Mideast Career and Technology Center and Rankin and Rankin Insurance Services covered topics with the hope to help reduce accidents on the farm.

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Safety training for Workers’ Comp Group Rating Program employers

Each year, employers who are participating in Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Group Rating Program must participate in a basic level of safety training to enhance their workplace safety.

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3 reasons to make grain bin safety the talk of your town

Zero lives lost: That’s the goal of Nationwide’s 2022 Grain Bin Safety Week program and Think Grain Bin Safety campaign.

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Teaching kids how to be safe around the farm

Ohio State University graduate student Molly Michael is working on an ag safety curriculum for K-8 educators about being safe while performing tasks on the farm.

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Three Ohio fire departments awarded critical rescue equipment

Three Ohio fire departments received life-saving grain rescue tubes and hands-on training thanks to Nationwide, in partnership with the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety.

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Safety Day

The Athens-Meigs County Farm Bureau and the Albany Fire Department are hosting a Safety Day 1-5 p.m. Sunday, June 6,…

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