USMWF strives to educate employees and employers of important
workplace safety issues and concerns to prevent workplace incidents at a
time that is convient to all.
With the support and funding of AgHealth Central States, Center for Agricultural Safety and Health (CS-CASH) and the Public Welfare Foundation, USMWF has been able to gain awareness to work related incidents and created a presentation regarding
Grain Safety. This grain presentation highlights agriculture incidents that forever impacted families across the U.S. due to agriculture incidents.
We invite you to review and share this educational tool.
We invite you to join us on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at 7pm cst.
and learn, "Why to Be Safe at Work."
Everyday in the
United States there are approximately 14 workers lost due to a
work related incident. USMWF has figured that approximately
16,485 family member victims are left behind to deal with the
everlasting emotions, devastation and pain and suffering after
such an unexpected tragic loss.
This monthly conference
USMWF will discuss the powerful impact such a loss has on
families, the story behind USMWF and why and what you can do to
make a difference.
to register today!
STRIVING TO SAFETY WITH USMWF
Learn more by reviewing the educational
powerpoint presentation and printable fliers to share with
co-worker, friends and family members below:
June 2020-Beat the Heat Powerpoint Presentation: by
experts Teresa Long and Douglas
Marshall, CIH with OSH
4x6 Educational Flier:
Submit Upcoming Workplace Safety Training Conference by emailing them to