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Orientation programs are required across Canada to help reduce risks to new workers for injuries and accidents. This two-part course introduces new agricultural workers to the principles and practices of health and safety, including information about how to prevent common workplace hazards for agricultural operations: working alone, violence, working with chemicals, slips and falls, lifting by hand, machinery and equipment, confined spaces, electricity, and handling animals. New workers also learn about health and safety law, their responsibilities and rights as workers, and where to find additional safety information on the internet. The course was developed by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS).