Useful Links & Resources

Find additional tools and ideas to help you on your Farm Safe School journey



Ireland's farm safety educational platform for children. 

Agri Aware
Agri Aware is the Irish agri-food educational
Embrace FARM

Ireland's farm accident support network


Organisation  responsible for workplace safety in Northern Ireland. 

Health & Safety Authority

Organisation responsible for workplace safety in Ireland.

Farm Safety Foundation (UK)
A charity which supports the physical and mental wellbeing of the UK’s farmers.
Irish Farmers Association
The IFA is Ireland’s largest farming representative organisation.
Open Your Eyes to Farm Safety

Created by the students in Nenagh C.B.S.  Great video highlighting key dangers on the farm. 
Suitable for 5-6 class students.

Once Upon a Time on the Farm

From Agri Aware, /Once Upon A Farm/ is a child safety drama, aimed at communicating the importance of farm and countryside safety to primary level students.

In this video we learn when and why it is necessary to stay in your vehicle when you come in contact with a powerline and when and how you must leave.


Jessy's Smart Kids are a range of child friendly publications created by AgriKids for Teagasc.

Heights and Falls

Learn more about the dangers farmers must avoid when working on heights and preventing falls while on their farms.

From ESB Networks this child friendly video is ideal for infant classes. 
Find out more on electricity education at the ESB Education Hub

Road Safety Authority, RSA
The current national Road Safety Strategy aims to reduce collisions, deaths and injuries by 30%.

Finalists in the Certified Angus competition, Grace McKeon & Jane Carty focused on Farm Safety & developed two great resources to support children's learning.

In this video by Horse Racing Ireland and EQUUIP we learn about staying safe when visiting a stud farm and about it's most important time of the year, foaling.

Irish Water Safety
IWS strives to reduce water fatalities by increasing water safety awareness and by changing attitudes and behaviours

Grace and Jane, finalists in the certified Angus competition show how to use their Emergency Contact Sheet.

In this video by Horse Racing Ireland and EQUUIP we learn about what happens in a training yard and, just like a regular farm yard, the things we need to watch out for. We learn about horse care and how the horse's use their senses.