To eliminate farm-related injuries and deaths in Alberta .




To significantly influence the safety and overall wellbeing of rural individuals through effective farm safety education and training initiatives.


Charitable Status


Incorporated under the Societies Act of Alberta Aug 19, 1991 - #505001545 Registered as a charity with Canada Revenue Agency Aug 1, 1993 - #890566441RR0001




As a small not-for-profit organization, program development and delivery costs are an ever present issue. Contributions of any size are appreciated. Charitable receipts will be issued for donations of $20.00 or more.



Safety Smarts Celebrates 20 years of delivery

Safety Smarts Infographic


Safety Smarts Evaluation Reports


New Safety Smarts Brochure

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2017-2018 School Year
Safety Smarts program to:
58,329 rural elementary students in 2,906 classrooms in
453 rural/remote schools


Safety Smarts 2017-2018 Annual Report
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The Sustainable Farm Families program has come to Alberta.

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Educational Resource
accessible in our resources
section by clicking here.