OSHA's Diverse Workforce/Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Coordinators assist a variety of groups, including small businesses, trade associations, union locals, and community and faith-based groups with outreach, education and training to Spanish-speaking and other diverse workers. The coordinators are available for seminars, workshops, and speaking events for diverse workers. They promote OSHA's cooperative programs and Spanish/other-than-English training materials and compliance assistance resources available on the OSHA Web site. There is one Diverse Workforce/LEP Coordinator in each of the ten OSHA Regions. OSHA's Compliance Assistance Specialists can also provide general information about OSHA standards and compliance assistance resources.
|Region||City||Regional/Area Office Contact||Phone Number|
|I||Augusta, ME||Maryann Medeiros||(207) 682-9160|
|II||Tarrytown, NY||Diana Cortez||(914) 524-7510|
|III||Wilmington, DE||Dalia Nichols||(302) 573-6518|
|IV||Atlanta, GA||Tom Bosley||(404) 562-2277|
|V||Chicago, IL||Darnell Crenshaw||(312) 886-6951|
|VI||San Antonio, TX||Raul Carillo||(210) 472-5040|
|VII||Kansas City, MO||Elizabeth Morales||(816) 283-0545|
|VIII||Englewood, CO||John Olaechea||(303) 843-4500|
|IX||Oakland, CA||Jose Benavides||(510) 637-3800|
|X||Seattle, WA||Patricia Navarro-Quick||(206) 757-6679|
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