Below are pdf copies of the Knowledge Translation Bulletins produced by CCHSA for the Canadian AgriSafety Applied Research Program. Please click on each one to view or download.
Beyond the Canadian AgriSafety Applied Research Program
Pig Production - Processes and Risks
Knowledge Translation - What is it and Why is it Important
What does Livestock Production have to do with Antibiotic Resistance?
Low-Cost Roll-Over Protective Structures (ROPS): A National Program
Pigs Don't Get Blankets: Controlled transport environments for pigs
Building a Pathogen Protected Pig Transport Trailer
How to Reduce Airborne Contaminants in Canadian Pig Buildings
Exposure Risks for Canadian Pig Producers
Agricultural Health and Safety Network Newsletter insert for the AgriSafety Program for 2015-2016.
Agricultural Health and Safety Network Newsletter insert summarizing the progress of each of the AgriSafety Program projects for 2016-2017.
Biosecurity: The Pig Picture
Tractor Safety Check-Up
Six Steps to Safety
Recruiting Pig Producers for Air Quality Studies: A Challenge
Airborne Contaminant Reduction Strategies for Improving Health of Pig Producers
Glo Germ Demonstration for Youth
Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS) Educational Demonstration for Kids
Wanted: Farmers to Build ROPS
Techniques to Control Odorous Compounds, Gas and Bioaerosols in Swine Buildings
Common Airborne Transmissible Diseases in Canadian Swine Herds
Importance of controlling airborne pathogens in transport trailers
Agrivita Canada Inc. and the Canadian AgriSafety Applied Research Program
Hazard Control and Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) on Your Farm
Rollover Protection Structures (ROPS): Filling the Commercial Gap
The economics of Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS)
ROPS Effectiveness - Barriers and Motivators
Focus on Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS)
Preventing airborne transmission of diseases in swine: development of an air filtration system for animal transport vehicles.
Air quality in Canadian hog buildings: reduction of airborne dust, gas and human pathogens in buildings and their environmental dispersion.
Air quality in Canadian hog buildings: reduction of airborne dust, gas and human pathogens in buildings and their environmental dispersion. Background Information.