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Machinery-Related Operational Factors as Determinants of Injury on Canadian Prarie Farms
Background: Agriculture remains one of the most hazardous occupations in Canada. Approximately one-half of all agricultural injuries are due to machinery. The etiology of machinery-related injury remains poorly ...
High Risk Environments and Agricultural Injuries in Children, Youth, and Young Adults
Background: Children who live on farms experience high rates of fatality, morbidity, and disability when compared to children from the general population. There is an existing body of research describing injury rates and ...
Gender, Occupational Health and Safety Practices, and Injury Among Saskatchewan Farm Adolescents
Background: Farming is an hazardous occupation. The underlying determinants of farm injury are not well understood among adolescent populations, particularly from a gender lens. Objectives: (1) To evaluate the ...