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Hazardous Agricultural Material Presented by Nationwide

June 17 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Health and Safety on the Farm and Ranch
Trainings Presented by Nationwide

In partnership with CAFB

Hazardous Agricultural Materials (HAM) (1.5 hours)

Targeted audience: Everyone operating a class C vehicle carrying hazardous material must be trained according to the requirements set forth in Section 172.704(d) of Title 49 CFR. Training is required within 90 days of hire and every three years recurring. Upon completion of this class, attendees will need to submit their own application with a certificate of training to the California Highway Patrol who will then issue the HAM certificate. Once the certificate is obtained from the CHP, it must be submitted along with a medical certificate to the CA DMV with applicable fees.

All of these programs are facilitated by Nationwide California-based trainers who are specifically trained to provide the most current information established by CHP, CAL OSHA, DMV, and California Department of Insurance for all commodities grown in California.

This course will be taught via zoom but you must be present at the Yolo County Farm Bureau to be able to take the exam.

 To register got to: https://www.cognitoforms.com/CaliforniaFarmBureau3/HealthAndSafetyOnTheFarmAndRanchTrainingsPresentedByNationwide

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click on URL under date and time below.

Parking is available on both sides of the Farm Bureau building, and on the north east side of Irrigation Supply area (enter from the east side of the Farm Bureau parking area).
Please do not use the AT&T parking as your vehicle may be towed.
If you have any question, please email info@yolofarmbureau.org or call our Office: (530) 662-6316

Venue

Yolo County Farm Bureau
69 W Kentucky Ave
Woodland, CA 95695 United States
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Yolo County Farm Bureau is a non-governmental, non-profit, voluntary membership, California corporation whose purpose is to protect and promote agricultural interests in Yolo County and to find solutions to problems of the farm, the farm home, and the rural community.
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