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Blog Author Angelique Sanders

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Free Grain Bin Safety Training

If you live in the Indianapolis, Ind. area, you're in luck.

On July 30, free grain bin safety training sessions are being held at Richards Elevator located in Columbus, Ind., just a short, 45-minute drive down I-65 from downtown Indianapolis. The free grain bin safety training is designed to teach grain elevator operators, FFA groups, local farmers, fire departments and the general public about how to prevent grain bin accidents and fatalities.

Grain bin safety is of imminent importance in 2010 for residents of the Midwest because agriculture experts predict the number of grain bin accidents and deaths will rise this year. The reason? Columbus' local paper, The Republic, reports that "last summer’s unusually wet weather led to greater levels of crop mold, which create dangerous crusts in storage bins."

Follow the link to find out more about free grain bin safety training in Indiana.

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