Register now for '09 Safety Day

News May 22, 2008 Flamborough Review

The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) has announced Canadian support for the Progressive Agriculture Safety Day. This hands-on, educational program has helped children across Canada learn about dangers and potential deadly outcomes of unsafe behaviour on the farm.

"Each safety day is organized locally, which allows communities to meet local priorities in their area," noted Holly Brownlee, Canadian Program Coordinator for CASA. "Children rotate among different safety stations, allowing each child the opportunity to participate in interactive and engaging activities."

Communities that wish to participate in a 2009 Safety Day must submit an application by July 15. Interested parties are invited to visit the web site www.progressiveag.org or phone 1-888-257-3529 for more information.

Register now for '09 Safety Day

News May 22, 2008 Flamborough Review

The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) has announced Canadian support for the Progressive Agriculture Safety Day. This hands-on, educational program has helped children across Canada learn about dangers and potential deadly outcomes of unsafe behaviour on the farm.

"Each safety day is organized locally, which allows communities to meet local priorities in their area," noted Holly Brownlee, Canadian Program Coordinator for CASA. "Children rotate among different safety stations, allowing each child the opportunity to participate in interactive and engaging activities."

Communities that wish to participate in a 2009 Safety Day must submit an application by July 15. Interested parties are invited to visit the web site www.progressiveag.org or phone 1-888-257-3529 for more information.

Register now for '09 Safety Day

News May 22, 2008 Flamborough Review

The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) has announced Canadian support for the Progressive Agriculture Safety Day. This hands-on, educational program has helped children across Canada learn about dangers and potential deadly outcomes of unsafe behaviour on the farm.

"Each safety day is organized locally, which allows communities to meet local priorities in their area," noted Holly Brownlee, Canadian Program Coordinator for CASA. "Children rotate among different safety stations, allowing each child the opportunity to participate in interactive and engaging activities."

Communities that wish to participate in a 2009 Safety Day must submit an application by July 15. Interested parties are invited to visit the web site www.progressiveag.org or phone 1-888-257-3529 for more information.