CHS Sun Basin
Safety Resources

We can't say enough about our commitment to safety for our employees, our customers and our neighbors. At CHS, health and safety is a top priority in our operations 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We implement measures such as safety meetings, employee health programs, comprehensive disaster plans, and ongoing training and development opportunities that help employees do their jobs better. Our goal is to make personal health and occupational safety an essential part of our culture.

CHS Safety and Compliance Policies

Each CHS business unit employs a safety program that places the greatest emphasis on protecting our employees, customers, and communities; while at the same time satisfying regulatory requirements and ensuring compliance. It is the policy of CHS to comply with all applicable environmental laws and regulations.


Pesticide applicators - Take steps to reduce drift during spraying season By WSDA

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To ensure that pesticides do not drift beyond the intended treatment area, pesticide applicators must:

  • Read the label on the pesticides being applied and abide by all precautions and restrictions on safe handling, necessary protective equipment, buffers, the effect on crops and more.
  • Be especially diligent near sensitive areas such as highways, homes, schools and other occupied dwellings or where workers are present.
  • Properly calibrate equipment, using the proper nozzles and pressure to keep the spray on-target.
  • Scout the areas bordering the area being treated.
  • Evaluate conditions such as wind speed, wind direction, and temperature.
  • Halt the application if conditions change such that the risk of drift rises to an unsafe level or if anyone approaches the area without proper protection.
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