Product to offer one-on-one services to help valued customers design and implement health and safety programs tailored to their operations
WINNIPEG, Manitoba– Cargill today announced the launch of a new program designed to help farm managers develop their own unique safety program. SafetySense™, a health and safety system developed by the Canadian Agriculture Safety Association and distributed by Cargill, is geared towards Canadian crop farmers who have employees and may also have multiple enterprises such as cattle, processing, trucking and manufacturing as part of the farm business.
“Farming operations offer many potential hazards: heavy equipment, powerful machinery, large vehicles, dangerous chemicals and a workshop full of tools, just to name a few. Through our new SafetySense™ product, we will provide farm managers with information and processes they need to become more effective in implementing procedures that will enhance productivity, prevent injury and make their farm a safe place to work,” said Neil Sabourin, National Manager, Cargill Farm Management Services.
Cargill advisors will guide their customers through comprehensive step-by-step processes that will assist them in assessing all safety aspects of their farming operations.
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The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and safety of farmers, their families and workers. CASA’s long term objective is to ensure that no one is hurt farming.
Cargill is an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. Founded in 1865, the privately held company employs 130,000 people in 63 countries. Cargill helps customers succeed through collaboration and innovation, and is committed to applying its global knowledge and experience to help meet economic, environmental and social challenges wherever it does business. For more information, visit www.cargill.com.
Cargill, which operates grain handling and crop input facilities across Ontario and the Prairies, works in a partnership with producers to develop grain-marketing solutions. Headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Cargill Limited employs over 10,000 people across Canada and has business interests in meat, egg and oilseed processing, animal feed, salt, chocolate, natural gas, crop inputs, as well as grain handling, merchandising and milling. For more information, visit www.cargill.ca.