Safety, Language and Culture
This booklet provides examples of the activities and achievements of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Occupational Health.
Improving Workers Health Across the Globe: Advancing the global plan of action for workers' health (PDF)http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2016-118/pdfs/success-stories_v01_nr04_n-compressed.pdf
This booklet celebrates the first 25 years of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Occupational Health. The pages that follow offer examples of what the centers and nongovernmental organizations can achieve by working together.
We listened and have recently developed 8 worksheets compiled into a booklet (also available individually below) titled Strengthening Jobsite Safety Climate by Using and Improving Leading Indicators.
NIOSH Science Blog: Protect Yourself at Work: A Series of Print and Video Materials for Spanish-speaking Immigrant Workershttp://blogs.cdc.gov/niosh-science-blog/category/occupational-health-equity/
Recently, NIOSH released a series of multi-media communication products for organizations that serve Spanish-speaking immigrant workers entitled Protéjase en el trabajoExternal.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health today released Recommended Practices for staffing agencies and host employers to better protect temporary workers from hazards on the job.
The free Guide draws from advice to the authors from upwards of 200 doctors and nurses, safety professionals, employers, workers’ compensation professionals, worker advocates, researchers and others covering safety training, medical care, workers compensation, translation, and free online resources.
OSHA brought together nearly 1,000 participants to the Houston summit, including Latino workers, community- and faith-based groups, employers, unions, consulates, the medical community, health and safety professionals, and government representatives.
The "Maquiladora Health & Safety Support Network" is a volunteer network of 400 occupational health and safety professionals who have placed their names on a resource list to provide information, technical assistance and on-site instruction regarding workplace hazards in the 3,000 "maquiladora" (foreign-owned assembly) plants along the U.S.-Mexico border.
References for Spanish Trainers is a compilation of references outreach trainers will find helpful in developing or conducting their courses
The Spanish Outreach Trainers Lists provides the names of OSHA-authorized outreach trainers who provide 10- and 30-hour construction and general industry outreach training in Spanish. People interested in Spanish safety and health training may contact these individuals.
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These Tailgate Topics are produced by State Fund's Safety and Health Services Department to assist clients and other employers in their loss control efforts and are particularly useful for tailgate meetings and are available in both English and Spanish.