Grain-related entrapment, engulfments, asphyxiations and entanglements are safety concerns for those who work on farms and in commercial grain facilities.
A first responder course for fire and rescue instructors on incidents involving grain storage, processing and handling facilities will be held on the Kansas State University campus on Aug. 21. The Department of Grain Science and Industry is hosting the session at the International Grains Program building. The workshop is limited to individuals who are currently emergency first responders or fire-rescue instructors. To read more click here.