|Farm Accident and Trauma Response Group
|| EmbraceFarm Encircle
||This project will provide farm families affected by sudden fatalities and traumas on farms with support and guidance in the aftermath of such an event to help the family deal with such challenges.
|Mid-Leinster Farmer Wellbeing Project
|| Eco-T (A Collaborative response to Farmer Mental Health and Suicide)
|| The Eco- T project - a Collaborative Response to Farmer Mental Health and Suicide Prevention and Wellness aim to promote positive mental health in the farming community through a series of facilitated eco therapy, adventure therapy, Peer to Peer Support and Stress Management Programmes.
|Farm Family CPD Working Group
|| Farm Family CDP (Online)
||The Farm Family Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Online will develop an online Health and Safety training programme to positively change people’s behaviour to mitigate risks which exist on family farms.
|Forum Connemara CLG
||Sláinte agus Beatha Feirmeoirí Conamara (SBFC)
|| The SBFC project is aimed at promoting and enhancing on-farm health and safety at a local level on farms across the Connemara Region. This will be achieved through a series of tools including risk assessments, training programmes, radio shows and active presence in schools.
|Keeping Farmers Safe
|| Safe Farm
|| The Safe Farm project will develop, deliver, assess and evaluate a bespoke farm safety farmer training programme using a bottom up, participatory approach. Initially a pilot of 200 farmers will take part in the Safe Farm programme, with the aim of establishing an accredited industry standard training programme.
|Farm Led Interventions for Farm Safety
|| Farmers4Safety Managing Risk Together
|| The Farmers Inspiring Farmers to be Safe project will adopt a pilot ‘peer-to-peer’ mentoring and champion approach to engage farmers in an attitudinal and behavioural change towards farm safety by tackling social norms around farm safety by establishing a network of trained farm mentors in counties with significant farm fatality rates i.e. Cork, Tipperary and Wexford.
|Farmers Health and Wellbeing Alliance
|| F.A.R.M. Connect
|| The Fitness, Awareness, Resilience, Meitheal (F.A.R.M) Connect Initiative will work with farmers in Roscommon and Waterford to train the farmers on physical health, mental health and wellbeing.
|Farm Succession Wellbeing Project
||Béal Átha na Muice Project
|| The Béal Átha na Muice Project will work with farmers in Mayo to explore the mental challenges and strains associated with the process of farm succession and to provide supports to help the farm family to address these challenges.