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  1. Jan 21,  · Farming-related injury – a special challenge By Phil Byass, 4th Year, HYMS Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website.
  2. Apr 12,  · AGRICULTURAL SAFETY. Farmers are at very high risk for fatal and nonfatal injuries; and farming is one of the few industries in which family members (who often share the work and live on the premises) are also at risk for fatal and nonfatal injuries. In , NIOSH developed an extensive agricultural safety and health program to address.
  3. Many farmers and farm workers suffer serious injuries sustained in falls from farm equipment, grain bins, ladders, haymows, or other farm buildings. Others are struck by falling objects.
  4. Jun 16,  · While not specific to farming, slips, falls and other basic accidents hurt many farmers every year. the good news is that many of these injuries are not fatal. Twenty-six years ago, a farm accident nearly took Smith’s life.
  5. Hoskin and others, in their report on tractor-related injuries, showed that "struck by or against" an object and fall from a different level were the most frequent types of injuries. These generally resulted in bruises or fractures (struck by or against) and fractures or sprains to the foot (fall) (Hoskin and others, b).
  6. livestock handling activities are the second or third leading cause of injuries on the farm, causing from 12% to 24% of farm injuries. It is estimated that about 30 farmers are killed each year from contact with farm animals, primarily horses and cattle (Austin, ).
  7. Leading the types of farm equipment related injuries are tractor overturns. Each year approximately U.S. farmers are killed when their tractor rolls over during use. Meanwhile, thousands suffer serious injuries during tractor overturn incidents.
  8. Current Information on Agricultural Injuries and Fatalities. These injuries most commonly involved anatomical locations of the leg, knee, or hip (17%), followed by back (15%), and finger (12%). Finally, the leading nature of injury was a sprain or strain (26%), followed by fractures (18%), and cuts (17%).

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