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  1. Color Coding for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Use the color code system to identify workplace hazards. Trainer’s Note A consistent color system warns of safety hazards. For this module:
  2. Choosing Spray Nozzles for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Choose and use nozzles properly and safely. Trainer’s Note Spray nozzles play a big role in effective application and spray drift. For this module:
  3. Chemical Skin Irritants for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Prevent and treat hazards from chemical skin irritants. Trainer’s Note Skin is a valuable body tissue; it must be protected from chemical irritants. For this module:
  4. Chain Saw Safety for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Explain what safety precautions to take when working with a chain saw, and demonstrate proper maintenance of the chain saw. Trainer’s Note Chain saws are powerful but dangerous tools. For this module:
  5. Caught In or Between Objects for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Avoid being caught in or between objects. Trainer’s Note Workers can sustain serious injuries when they are caught in machinery parts or caught between objects. For this module:
  6. Bucket Truck and Aerial Lifts for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Use bucket trucks and aerial lifts safely. Trainer’s Note Bucket trucks and aerial lifts can make it easy to work in trees, but they can also be dangerous. For this module:
  7. Bee, Wasp, Hornet, and Yellow Jacket Stings for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Identify general tips to prevent and treat bee, wasp, hornet, and yellow jacket stings. Trainer’s Note Bees, wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets can be a minor nuisance—or a serious danger. For this module:
  8. Battery Safety for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Use and store batteries safely. Trainer’s Note Batteries produce power on demand—and injuries on occasion. For this module:
  9. Arc Welding Safety for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Using safe arc welding practices. Trainer’s Note It is important to weld using safety precautions. There are many dangers related to welding. For this module:
  10. Crop Protection Apps

    Many farmers and consultants have a smartphone, iPad, tablet, or similar device. Mobile applications (Apps) have been developed for agriculture. These Apps can be used to support crop protection management by providing the ability to communicate information, assist with field scouting, collect and access data, and more. The following list of Apps are available to help with your crop protection practices. This list is not comprehensive but does provide commonly used Apps, with a majority being free.

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