Farm Safety - Lights, Cameras, Mirror Kits, Tractor Steps

Think Farm Safety

  • Follow instructions in operator’s manuals - All States Ag Parts carries many replacement operator manuals
  • Inspect equipment routinely
  • Discuss safety hazards with workers
  • Install approved ROPS (rollover protective structures)
  • Make sure that guards are replaced after any maintenance
  • Review and follow instructions on labels that come with chemical products
  • Take precautions to prevent entrapment and suffocation caused by unstable surfaces
  • Be aware that methane gas, carbon dioxide, ammonia, and hydrogen sulfide can form in unventilated areas
  • Take advantage of safety equipment, such as bypass starter covers, power take-off master shields, work lights, and slow-moving vehicle (SMV) emblems

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