Getting the message to the farmer.
McJilton CE; Aherin RA
Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1982 Jun; 43(6):469-471
An OSHA funded program to provide occupational health hazard information to farmers is described. The health and safety information is packaged in units for use by county agents, vocational and agricultural teachers, and agricultural chemical dealers who have regular contact with the farmer. Each unit focuses on a single hazard, such as noise, airborne substances, and farm machinery repair. Audiovisual aids, background information, tests and discussion questions are described.
NIOSH-Publication; NIOSH-Grant; Agricultural-workers; Safety-programs; Industrial-health-programs; Hazards; Information-processing; Information-systems; Audio-visual-communication
Environmental Health University of Minnesota 1158 Mayo Memorial Minneapolis, Minn 55455
American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal
University of Minnesota of Mnpls-St Paul, Minneapolis, Minnesota