Wed, 20 September 2023
OFI 1840: Thinking Farm Safety Every Day Of The Year | FFA SAE Edition | Cole Abercrombie & Zac Chaney | Tunstall High School FFA
The biggest contributors to farm accidents are probably impatience and complacency. Getting in a hurry, or thinking that danger doesn't exist just because nothing has ever happened before can lead one into a dangerous situation.
On today's show we are profiling the farm safety education philosophy of the Tunstall FFA Chapter in Dry Fork, Virginia. Dr. Jessica Jones, the FFA Advisor and her colleagues have figured out that impatience and complacency can be overcome by keeping safety in the front of one's mind. If you think safety first, then your chances of not overlooking a dangerous aspect of your job go way up.
Two of Jessica's students, Chapter President - Cole Abercrombie as well as sophomore member - Zac Chaney join me on the show today. They will talk about farming in their area, what they see as some of the biggest risks and how farm safety is taught in every agriculture class at Tunstall, regardless of whether or not it is Farm Safety Week.
Direct download: Tunstall_FFA_Farm_Safety_Episode_1840_-_91323_1.38_PM.mp3
Category:farming -- posted at: 12:30am MST