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CHS and Nationwide are proud to support National Farm Safety and Health Week. Farm safety is even more important as we head into harvest, a hectic but rewarding time. Control the chaos with some thoughts from Nationwide. https://t.co/4px0cn1mrU #NFSHW20 https://t.co/oiBNag6dY5
CHS and Nationwide are proud to support National Farm Safety and Health Week. Farm safety is even more important as we head into harvest, a hectic but rewarding time. Control the chaos with some thoughts from Nationwide. bit.ly/2HloEup
As the calendar turns to August, it’s time for our Grain Marketing team to take in some of the fun! Though the entire crop year is important in terms of farmers marketing their grain, the harvest months are especially crucial for our team with an increased demand for our consultations/services with little margin for error. We are often viewed as the pencil pushers who sit behind a desk and might do the occasional drive around to pester our growers but our overall strategic objective for 2020, and beyond, takes us away from our desks and more on the turf of where it all happens. This gives us a renewed sense of awareness for the safety of our staff AND our growers.
I don’t need to rehash the unique times we are living in. It does, however, bring some new levels of safety focus in play. “Social Distancing” was a phrase that was nowhere near our job description or even vocabulary until this year. CHS has released guidelines for farm visits with making sure the ability to socially distance near the top. Our grain marketing team continues to respect the guidelines on Social Distancing handed down to us and practice that approach with each encounter. With this comes preparation. We prepare for our visits by calling ahead and making sure a Social Distance opportunity exists and if the grower is even comfortable with our visit in the first place. We will never show up unannounced while these uncertain times exist.
Of course, there are the “traditional” safety measures we cannot be complacent on either. Being in the ag industry, as well as growing up and living in rural settings, it’s somewhat become second nature to understand the existence of slow-moving equipment during the growing season. It’s extremely important for us to remain mindful of slow-moving equipment but to also be mindful of the other drivers impacted by that slow-moving vehicle. You just never know the level of awareness the other driver might have. “Trust but verify”.
During harvest, we know our growers only go home to sleep and that’s pretty much it! Their “turf” obviously is not limited to the farmyard. Our path to meet our growers might takes us on some… interesting… routes to say the least. It’s prudent for us to ask questions ahead of time and get an idea of the condition of the prairie trails or if there some spots on the gravel road we need to be concerned about. After all, those are the same roads you (and others) need to take out there on your way to see your loved ones at the end of the day.
With the amount of harvest activity we typically encounter, the ability to go from one farm to the next, or one elevator location to the next in a short amount of time, is often asked of us. The three safety measures above can easily be forgotten about by even the most safety-conscious employees. It’s easy to be complacent but never acceptable! It’s important to remember what your most important job is and that is coming home healthy and safe to your loved ones at the end of each day.
Stay safe everyone!
Our application for our 2020 scholarship are now available! Get them turned in by October 31st to be considered for one of our scholarships!
John Potts was awarded the Highest Award for Achievement. John joined CHS SunPrairie in 2014 working at the elevator part time, and has served as a Senior Firefighter at the Minot Fire Department for the past 7 years. In addition, John has taught the CPR/First Aid course as well as the Grain Bin courses . His knowledge and safety experience is what makes him the right guy for the job!
CHS reported net income of $97.6 million for the third quarter of fiscal year 2020 that ended May 31, 2020. This represents a 78.8 percent increase compared to net income of $54.6 million in the third quarter of fiscal year 2019.