Agricultural Machines Vol. 4: Safety, Costs & the Operator

Length: 20 minutes

The final program in this series presents practical safety information along with the relevant concerns of machine owners and operators. It integrates safety with important issues such as economics, comfort, recreation, convenience, profits and sustainability. Students sill gain an overview of the issues relating to machine costs, productivity and safety on the farm and in the landscape. This program highlights the costs to society of machine-related injuries from rollovers, thrown objects and other hazards, and how these are reduced by Roll-Over-Protection-Structure (ROPS) cabs, and by design improvements to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), chainsaws, lawn mowers, etc. This program also shows safety and cost aspects from the perspectives of owners, employees, manufacturers, public, and governmental agencies responsible for safety and environmental concerns.

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Produced By:

San Luis Publishing