Re: list of safety do's and dont's
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I'll throw in some that are a little broad based and therefore not just tractor related. But farm injuries I've seen make me think of these.
Do not wear loose clothing, scarves, floppy gloves. Keep long hair pulled up so it can't get caught in machine.
Let someone know where you will be and when you are due back.
Have first aid kit including EpiPen if sensitive to bee/wasp stings. Sometimes minutes count.
If working in a signal area, keep charged cell phone handy.
Absolutely don't get off the tractor with the PTO turning. (I guess there are exceptions, but for most of us this should be THE rule) When possible turn off tractor engine before leaving the seat.
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