WINNIPEG — The provincial and federal governments are spending more than $1.1 million over five years in the Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP) to deliver the Farm Safety Program.
The investment will develop safety tools, training and resources for farmers in Manitoba.
“Safe practices on our farms is paramount to the safety of our producers, our employees and our families,” said KAP president Bill Campbell. “I encourage all farmers to take advantage of this programming to prevent injuries and accidents in our workplace.”
The program will continue to be administered by KAP, with design and development of the program being guided by the Farm Safety Council.