The National Farmer's Union in Wales is teaming up with other organisations to promote farm safety this Farm Safety Week at the Royal Welsh Show.
The platform will give the opportunity to highlight unnecessary risks taken by farmers which could end in tragedy.
On each day of Farm Safety Week the industry will focus on a different element including workplace fatalities, livestock and children on farms.
NFU Cymru President Stephen James has been emphasising the importance of farm safety after he was kicked by a cow on his farm in March, breaking several ribs.
Figures released earlier this month by the Health and Safety Executive show that 137 employees were killed at work in Great Britain during 2016/17, of which 27 were in agriculture.
Over the last 10 years on average one person every nine days has been killed in agriculture.
The Wales Farm Safety Partnership will be hosting farm safety events over the course of the Royal Welsh Show.
The charity behind Farm Safety Week said a change in attitude is needed for farmers to put their safety first.