Attend 2018 Safety School Aug. 21 to 22

It’s the 40th anniversary of the National Agronomic Environmental Health and Safety School. The 2018 event will take place August 21 to 22 at the Asmark Institute Agricenter in Bloomington, Ill. Click here to register.

Presentations and topics include:

  • Keynote by Jay Vroom, President & CEO CropLife America
  • Cyber Security for Agribusiness
  • How To: Measuring Tank Thickness
  • Truck Accidents: Actual Case Studies

Click here for the full agenda.

Click here to register, and the first to register receive a 40th anniversary Limited Edition 1956 Ford F-100 toy truck.


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