Tractors make many of the farming tasks we need to do manageable. Without this mechanical assistance it would be impossible to be as productive or efficient while growing crops. With all of this benefit, though, comes the reality that tractors and tractor implements can be dangerous when not managed appropriately. Whether small or large, proper tractor safety is key to keeping farmers in the fields!
Join PASA and Penn State Extension Ag Safety and Health at the SAI Farm of California University of Pennsylvania for this workshop on tractor safety for farmers and farm managers.
Michael Pate, Penn State Extension:Michael L. Pate is an Associate Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. Dr. Pate is the PSU Extension Safety Specialist and holds the Nationwide Insurance Endowed Professor of Agricultural Safety and Health in the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State University.
Stephen Brown, Penn State Extension: Stephen Brown is an Extension Assistant with Penn State Agricultural Safety and Health. He holds the title of Director for the Penn State Agricultural Rescue Training Program. Stephen also assists with coordinating and conducting extension programs across Pennsylvania.
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Date: Fri, April 5, 2019
Time: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Location: SAI Farm
377 E Malden Dr
Coal Center, PA 15423
Cost: Member | $25 Non-member | $35Register Now
Event Category: PASA Events