Articles, videos, and more insights distilled from our experience with farms that use Harvust software.
The new wildfire smoke rule for farmworker safety from L&I is already in full effect. After multiple meetings with Washington L&I/DOSH, Harvust has a new set of features, and how to guidance, that will make it easy and nearly automated for farms to comply and pass safety inspections.
Farmworker housing rules are a bit more tricky thanks to COVID-19. Here are the latest updates and resources you can use to make sure your farm is in compliance.
Injuries happen. Here's our recommendations for creating light duty jobs on the farm with examples you can use for employees recovering from an accident.
Hiring farmworkers was tricky enough before COVID-19. Here's our best practices for onboarding farm employees safely and efficiently using Harvust onboarding software.
How to help your farmworkers get the COVID vaccine, so your farm can get back to normal.
Developing your crew bosses and managers will lead to better trained leaders in the field, and less stress in the office.
You provide a safe farm to work at, but accidents still happen. We'll explore how you can encourage and take advantage of accident and near-miss reporting to create a safer workplace.
Harvust joins the AFBF Farmside Chat Podcast with AFBF President Zippy Duvall, Andrew Rose of MidAtlantic Farm Credit, and 2021 Farm Bureau Entrepreneurs of the Year, Riley Clubb and James Christopher Hall, who developed Harvust, a software platform that helps farmers successfully hire, train and communicate with employees.
Early in the season is an opportunity to address winter/spring safety hazards like Slips, Trips, and Falls and set your farm up for safety success all year long.