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JEOPARDY!. Click Once to Begin. General Farm Safety Awareness. JEOPARDY!. An Ounce of Prevention. Gotta Go, Joe. One Lump or Two. Head Over Wheels. Hefty, Hefty, Hefty. Potpourri. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300.

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JEOPARDY!

Click Once to Begin

General Farm Safety Awareness

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JEOPARDY!

An Ounce of Prevention

Gotta Go, Joe

One Lump or Two

Head Over Wheels

Hefty, Hefty, Hefty

Potpourri

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Any workplace condition, activity, or characteristic that, by itself or combined with other factors, can lead to an incident resulting in injury, illness, property damage, or even death.

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Job safety analysis, routine inspections, daily maintenance checks, owner’s manual review, and system safety reviews.

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This action takes a look at the combination of agents of injury - the environment and the operator (or human factor).

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These include the weather, the work site, isolation of work, availability of emergency services, personal hygiene, as well as noise, vibration, lighting, and dusts.

the consequence of taking a shortcut rather than the recommended safer way of completing a task

The consequence of taking a shortcut rather than the recommended safer way of completing a task.

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Parts on equipment that must often be taken off for maintenance but need to be replaced before using the equipment.

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Stepping over this moving part instead of walking around it may save 3 seconds, but could cost your life.

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Provides protection for your head when working in areas where things can fall or where you could bump your head on something hard.

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Protection used when working in noisy areas, on loud equipment, or sometimes in livestock confinement buildings.

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Protection worn when doing tasks in which object can be thrown, such as grinding, sawing, hammering, trimming, or mowing.

used together these will protect the life of a tractor operator in the event of an overturn

Used together these will protect the life of a tractor operator in the event of an overturn.

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It’s what may happen when the right front wheel of the tractor enters a ditch and the operator tries to turn it back onto the roadway.

on square balers never pull anything out of this because it s easy to become entangled in it

On square balers, never pull anything out of this because it’s easy to become entangled in it.

the proper position for hydraulically raised and lowered equipment when it needs to be serviced

The proper position for hydraulically raised and lowered equipment when it needs to be serviced.

it s what you should do before servicing any type of self propelled motorized farm equipment

It’s what you should do before servicing any type of self-propelled (motorized) farm equipment.

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The orange retro-reflective triangle on farm equipment that indicates the vehicle to which it is attached is traveling 25 mph or less.