Tractor safety classes offered by K-State Research and Extension Districts for 2024

 

March 11, 2024



This summer, thousands of Kansas teenagers will begin their first job working for a farmer or rancher. For those that are ages 14 or 15, they must complete a tractor safety course in order to be legally employed. A 13-year-old may enroll in the training if turning 14 before the next year’s class is offered, but the certificate will not be issued until their 14th birthday.

To help prepare some of those youth for the upcoming work season, K-State Research and Extension Districts are collaborating and will be hosting four in-person tractor safety classes scheduled for Saturdays, April 20 at Beloi...



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