Agricultural Safety and Health Video Resources

Ag Safety and Health April 03, 2014 Print Friendly and PDF

Print, video, and webinar resources are valuable to agricultural producers, agricultural educators, agricultural safety and health professionals, and Cooperative Extension personnel. In addition to the resources available on eXtension and through the Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH) site, there are additional agricultural safety and health resource available through universities and organizations. The following information provides links to available video publications (2000 and newer) from universities and agricultural safety and health organizations. Topics are listed below. Click on the topic to be linked to the article where the individual resources links are located by category.

Animal Safety

Chemical Safety

Confined Space Safety

  • Grain Bins
  • Manure Storages

Crop Safety

Emergency Response and Safety

General Farm and Ranch Safety

Machinery and Equipment Safety

  • Equipment
  • Rural Roadways
  • Tractor and PTO

Occupational Health and Safety

  • Falls and Fall Prevention
  • Health Conditions
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Weather-Related Issues

Safety for Special Populations

Traumatic Injury


For print resources, click here to access a directory of online agricultural safety and health publications.


Summarized by:
Linda M. Fetzer, Pennsylvania State University -
Reviewed by:
Dennis J. Murphy, Pennsylvania State University -
Aaron M. Yoder, Pennsylvania State University -

Connect with us

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • YouTube


This is where you can find research-based information from America's land-grant universities enabled by



SAY Project and National Clearinghouse

Women in Agriculture

Mobile Apps

Recursos en Español sobre Seguridad y Salud Agrícola

Resources Available

Education and Outreach

Self-Paced Learning

Instructor Led Learning

Training and Resources for Instructors


Upcoming Events

Video Resources

Articles (by Topic Area)


This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.