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Manuales de Instruccion Sobre la Salud y Seguridad: "Como Proteger a los Trabajadores de los Peligros en el Trabajo" y "El Efecto de las Sustancias Quimicas en el Cuerpo". (Health and Safety Training Kits: "Protecting Workers from Job Hazards" and "How Chemicals Affect the Body"). Berkeley, CA, Labor Occupational Health Program (LOHP), University of California, and Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice, 1996.
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"La Fuente Obrera". ("Workers’ Sourcebook"). A catalog of Spanish language materials organized in 46 categories by industry or activity. UCLA-Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program and Pan American Health Organization , 2nd edition in process.
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