Feedyard Safety Must Be A Day-In, Day-Out Practice

Feedyard safety is much more than just being in compliance with OSHA regulations. For it to truly be successful in reducing accidents, it needs to be a day-in, day-out part of the culture. By integrating a culture of safety hand-in-hand with production, you don’t find yourself spending more on a safety program for your operation than you need to or suffering accidents and rising premiums because of a less-than ideal workplace. Feedyard Safety Consultant Gordon Moore explains why.

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