Membership

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) partnered with the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) and six Rural Municipalities in 1988 and founded the Agricultural Health and Safety Network with the mission  “to improve health and safety on the farm through education, service, and evaluation research.”

Is your Rural Municipality a Network  Member?

If not:

  1. Talk to your Rural Municipality about becoming one.
  2. RMs pay an annual fee of $4.60 per active farm family to benefit from the Network resources and services. The maximum network membership fee is capped at $1200 per RM.
  3. Memebrship includes access to clinics, workshops, and Discovery Days