AgSafe in the News

AgriMarketing.com - April 28, 2015

AgSafe Names New Communications & Development Manager: Click Here

PR.com - February 20, 2013 -

Seybert to Facilitate Executive Management Forum at Agsafe Conference: Click Here

Fresno Bee - June 15, 2012: 

New Bill Strengthens Heat-illness Protection for Farmworkers: Click Here

Modesto Bee - July 11, 2012: 

Ag Group Working to Protect all Farmworkers: Click Here

Merced Sun-Star - July 9,2012:  

Joe L. Del Bosque Jr.: We farmers are mostly not bad apples, don't abuse workers: Click Here

Western Farm Press - May 19, 2012:  

California Farm Workers a Vital Asset to be Protected: Click Here

Modesto Chamber of Commerce Progress - May 2012: 

Six Ways to Keep Your Workers Safe and Healthy: Click Here

Fresno Bee - April 13, 2012:  

Ag Safety Focus of Valley Training: Click Here

West Coast Nut Grower Guide - April 2012: 

Make it Count, Your Workplace Safety Priorities: Clcik Here

Ag Alert - March 7, 2012:  

Safety Regulators Say Farms Will be 'a Major Focus': Click Here

Coastal Grower - Spring 2012:  

Make it Count, Your Workplace Safety Priorities: Click Here

The Bakersfield Californian - July 29, 2011: 

Strictly Business: Q&A with Amy Wolfe, AgSafe executive Director: Clcik Here

Dairyherd Network - June 8, 2011:  

Knock, Knock, it's OSHA: Click Here

Ag Alert - April 6, 2011: 

Employers Aim for Full Compliance with Heat Safety Rules: Click Here

Ag Alert - March 9, 2011:  

Budget Worries Threaten Rural Crime Programs: Click Here

Practical Winery & Vineyard Journal - Spring 2011: 

Seven Sins of Safety: Click Here

Coastal Grower - Winter 2010:  

No Excuses, Why Agriculture Must Police Itself: Click Here

Coastal Grower - Fall 2010:  

The Business of Staying Safe: Click Here

AgriMarketing - June 23, 2009: 

Agsafe Names New Executive Director: Click Here

AgAlert - June 11, 2008: 

Tragedy Triggers Emphasis on Heat Illness Education: Click Here

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