UMASH has a variety of FREE resources to promote safety and health in agriculture.

Use the links below to learn more about specific topics and the various formats offered (fact sheets, videos, posters, Spanish options and more).

Resource Database
The UMASH Resource Database contains a variety of agricultural safety and health resources created by UMASH and our partner organizations. You can search for resources by keyword, category, and tags/topics.
Recursos (Spanish)
La base de datos de recursos de UMASH contiene una variedad de materiales de seguridad y salud en agricultura creados por UMASH y organizaciones con las cuales colaboramos. Usted puede buscar materiales por palabra clave, categoría, y etiquetas/ temas.
Featured Resources
UMASH has a number of FREE safety and health resources.  Topics include: Agritourism, Dairy Handling, Swine Handling, Needlestick Prevention, Ag  Educator Resources OR Ag Education or Agricultural Education Teacher Resources, Stress and Mental Health, Dairy Worker Safety Training, Farm Safety Checklists, Biosecurity, Featured Resource Card
Ag Health and Safety Spotlight
These stories showcase a variety of farm safety and health topics both personal experiences and agricultural experts.  If you have a story to share please send to: umash@umn.edu
Ag Ed Teacher Resources
To assist teachers, UMASH has compiled a list of resources that can be used during the academic school year, such as: lesson plans, awareness events and additional ideas and resources to integrate health and safety topics into the classroom in a teacher friendly format.
UMASH Farm Safety Check
The UMASH Farm Safety Check is a quick review to identify and fix potential hazards before they cause harm to your family and employees – and your bottom line.  The Farm Safety Check offers topic focused checklists, and tips to help identify hazards, along with resources to remedy any problems.
COVID-19 Resources
Information on COVID-19 can be overwhelming and confusing at times.  UMASH offers research based recommendations on COVID-19 and the newly named variants including the Delta variant.   Some variants disappear and never cause harm, while others can make a virus easier to spread, harder to treat, and/or more deadly.