Grain Handling Safety Training Program
Do your agricultural operations engage in grain handling? You probably know that some aspects of grain-related tasks can create hazardous working conditions for your employees.
Safety Made Simple can help by offering various grain handling training courses focusing on workplace safety.
About Our Grain Handling Safety Programs
At Safety Made Simple, we provide industry-specific training courses that teach workers how to develop and maintain a safety mindset. Our grain-related courses include:
Buried in Grain: Grain Entrapment and Engulfment: Becoming entrapped or engulfed in grain can seriously injure or kill agricultural workers. This online training program helps identify the most common causes of entrapment and engulfment and the challenges of rescuing engulfed workers.
Safe Entry: Grain Storage Structures: Entering a grain storage facility can present risks of entrapment, engulfment, and suffocation. Our program enables workers to identify the hazards. It also discusses the appropriate practices to ensure safe entry and the roles of each worker inside and outside a grain storage structure.
It Was a Good Friday: Grain Entrapment and Engulfment: This online training course provides a real-life example of what can happen when workers deviate from safe grain storage entry procedures.
Grain Dust Explosions: The Chain Reaction: Grain dust can be explosive under certain conditions. Use this instructive course to understand the elements that can fuel a grain dust explosion and how to recognize and identify common ignition sources.
Grain Dust Explosions: Prevention: Grain dust explosions are preventable. Our 25-minute training session covers the steps you should take to minimize the risk.
Hazardous Grain Conditions: Engulfment: This online training program provides insight into potentially dangerous grain conditions, including poor product quality, that can lead to grain engulfment.
We also offer courses on pertinent agricultural safety topics that extend beyond grain handling systems. Examples include pesticide safety, implements of agriculture, sweep auger safety, belt conveyor safety, anhydrous ammonia, tractor safety, all-terrain vehicles, and personal protective equipment (PPE) safety.