The principal purpose of the task force is to determine ways in which the very high risks of accident and injury to farm operators and their families and employees can be minimized.
On or before March 1, 1990, the task force shall report to the house and senate committees on agriculture its findings and recommendations for legislation on farm accident prevention and other public policy changes that would be likely to improve health and safety on Minnesota farms.
1990 Minn. Laws Chap. 511 Sec. 12 added this requirement to the task force: By January 1, 1991, the advisory task force on farm safety established by Laws 1989, chapter 350, article 17, section 1, shall develop a plan for a farm safety audit pilot project to be implemented by the Minnesota extension service in cooperation with selected insurance companies and shall report the plan and
its other legislative recommendations to the agriculture committees of the senate and the house of representatives.