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Other Resources
  • Small Business. OSHA.
  • Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP). OSHA. VPP participants are a select group of facilities that have designed and implemented outstanding health and safety programs.
    • OSHA Challenge Program. This program is designed to reach and guide employers and companies in all major industry groups strongly committed to improving their safety and health management systems and interested in pursuing recognition in the Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP). OSHA provides Challenge participants with a guide or roadmap to improve performance and ultimately achieve VPP Merit or Star status.
  • Partnership. OSHA's Strategic Partnership Program (OSPP). Through OSPP, OSHA and its partners agree to work cooperatively to address critical safety and health issues.
Hispanic Resources
  • The Cold Stress Equation (La Ecuación del Frío) (PDF). OSHA Cold Stress Card (Publication 3156), (1998).
  • Personal Protective Equipment (Equipo de Protección Personal). OSHA Fact Sheet, (July 2012).
  • Protecting Yourself in the Sun (Protéjase Contra Los Rayos Dañinos del Sol) (PDF). OSHA Publication 3168, (2000).
  • Spanish-Language Compliance Assistance Resources. OSHA. Compliance assistance resources for Hispanic employers and workers.
  • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (Instituto Nacional para la Seguridad y Salud Ocupacional). Provides a Spanish language web page that includes safety and health information, links to specific Spanish language publications, and links to other Spanish language web pages.
  • Preventing Electrocutions Due to Damaged Receptacles and Connectors (Petición De Ayuda Para La Prevención De Electrocuciones Debidas a Tomas De Corriente Y a Conectores Averiados). U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Publication No. 87-100, (October 1986).
  • Preventing Electrocutions from Contact Between Cranes and Power Lines (Petición De Ayuda Para La Prevención De Electrocuciones Por Contacto Entre Grúas Y Cables De Alta Tensión). U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Publication No. 85-111, (July 1985).
  • Preventing Fatalities of Workers Who Contact Electrical Energy (Petición De Ayuda Para La Prevención De Muertes a Los Trabajadores Que Se Ponen En Contacto Con La Energía Elécrica). U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Publication No. 87-103, (December 1986).
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