Family Relaxing In Summer Harvested Field

Northern Ireland Child Safety on Farms Week draws to a close

Northern Ireland’s summer school holidays are fast approaching so the team from the NI Farm Safety Partnership are urging any parents to take some time to sit down with children and watch this great Youtube video from the Health & Safety Executive for Northern Ireland  

Jim Chapman

Do you have a story to tell?

Another Farm Safety Week is just around the corner and we need your help… Farm Safety Week 2016 will take place from 4-8 July 2016 and is supported by the Farm Safety Foundation, Farm Safety Partnerships, the Health & Safety Executive, Health & Safety Executive for Northern Ireland and the Health & Safety Authority, Ireland.

Sparsholt college

Yellow Wellies making headlines…

This week the Farm Safety Foundation took our Introduction to Farm Safety training to Sparsholt College Hampshire. Over two gloriously sunny, but blisteringly cold, days we trained over 100 farming students and caught the attention of BBC South Today who came along and filmed us for their lunchtime and evening news broadcasts. BBC Radio Solent also picked up

slurry and tractor

Staying Slurry Safe

  Please don’t take any chances when mixing slurry – you are risking your own life and the lives of others as well as putting your livestock in danger. With the closed period for spreading slurry ending at midnight on Friday 31 January, the Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) is urging farmers