BASF Safety Scouts Program Returns in 2022 – DiscoverWestman.com

BASF Canada Agricultural Solutions (BASF) is relaunching its BASF Safety Scouts program in 2022, bringing the successful initiative back for a second season in support of farm safety for children and their families.

Last year’s initiative was a great success and sparked the interest of farm families from coast to coast, including:

– More than 2,000 BASF Safety Scout kits requested and distributed in 2021.
– 564 Canadian communities were reached, with families from nine provinces signing up for the kits.

BASF’s Safety Scouts program engages young children in a fun and interactive way by inviting them to act as safety ambassadors on the family farm. Two thousand BASF Safety Scout kits will be offered free this season to farm families across Canada while supplies last.

“At BASF, we believe in supporting the long-term health and safety of Canada’s farming communities, a value shared by our network of growers, retailers and industry partners,” said Nicole. McAuley, head of communications and public affairs at BASF. Farm Solutions Canada. “Beyond our product range and agronomic expertise, BASF is committed to helping make farms a safer place to live and work. In 2021, our Safety Scouts program has been an invaluable tool for families, and we are excited to welcome more participants to our growing network of over 2,000 children, who are committed to helping shape a bright future for the Canadian agriculture.

As part of the toolkit, program participants will receive materials designed to combine farm safety with the benefits of childhood play, including:

– Adjustable child safety vest that complies with CSA Z96-15
– Customizable name badge
– Safety themed activity and coloring sheets
– BASF Safety Scouts award badge
– Official BASF Safety Scouts Membership Certificate

To learn more about the BASF Safety Scouts program and to sign up for a free kit, please visit https://agriculture.basf.ca/west/company/our-stories/BASF-safety-scouts.html.

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