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Alberta should require mandatory farm safety training, equipment checks: report Recommendations follow 2014 fatality of Stephen Gibson, 46 EDMONTON (The Canadian Press) — Alberta should require farm safety training in agricultural schools and mandatory farm-equipment checks, following the death of a worker who was pulled into a grain machine, a report says. Provincial court Judge Anne Brown makes the recommendations in her fatality inquiry report into the 2014 death of Stephen Gibson, 46, a man known as a cowboy who had worked on farms and ranches for much of his life. Gibson was on a farm owned by Robert Hamilton northwest of Calgary, moving grain from a silo to a cattle-feed area using an auger and a drive-shaft machine called a power take off. “Before Mr. Hamilton’s horrified gaze, part of Mr. Gibson’s clothing caught on the unshielded PTO and drew Mr. Gibson into the machinery, killing him instantly,” reads the report released Thursday. Brown said farm safety training should be a compulsory part of post-secondary agriculture education, ideally in every year of the program. She also recommends compulsory safety checks of farm equipment every year. Brown noted that farming is hazardous work. She cited a federal report that said 92 per cent of farm deaths are work-related, while 70 per cent of those deaths involved machinery.
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