Agriculture is consistently ranks among the top three most dangerous industries in the U.S., stated by National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries. Over 2.5 million migrant an season farmworkers in the U.S. work under everlasting exposure to hazardous pest
icides, ergonomic destruction of their bodies, , toil in the unforgiven heat, as well as tractor injuries and fatalities because of the unsafe use of heavy machinery such as tractors. Tractor accidents are the number one cause of deaths and injuries in agriculture.
Tractors are more common on farms than any other piece of equipment and are used to carry mounted and semi-mounted implements, to transport equipment and materials, to pull tillage equipment and wagons and as remote power sources for other equipment. Unfortunately every year, tractor accidents result in serious disabling injuries and tragic loss of life. Losses due to property damage, medical bills, time off work, reduced productivity and insurance costs are considerable. The major causes of injury and death to tractor operators are rollovers, falls and contact with tractor attachments.