The following are links to Spanish-language resources and other information on Hispanic workers from other federal agencies.
for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). The mission of the ATSDR is to serve the public by using the best science, taking responsive public health actions, and providing trusted health information to prevent harmful exposures and disease related to toxic substances.
National Ag Safety Database. This database provides
various links and references to agricultural publications and documents in Spanish and other languages.
Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). NIOSH's
Spanish-language site includes Spanish-language versions of several NIOSH workplace safety and
health documents relevant to industries and occupations in which large
numbers of Spanish-speaking workers are employed. It also describes in
Spanish how workers and employers can contact NIOSH and access basic
services, such as health hazard evaluations.
Alerts. These publications briefly present new information about
occupational illnesses, injuries, and deaths. Alerts urgently request
assistance in preventing, solving, and controlling newly identified
occupational hazards. A number of NIOSH Alerts are available in Spanish.
Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA's Spanish resource web page provides
documents and sites of the EPA on several subjects. There are six sections:
Daily life, Professional Life, Protecting the Children, Emergencies in the
Environment, Other Resources in Spanish, and Laws and Treaties in Spanish.
National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse was created in February 1998 by the American Road and
Transportation Builders Association and the Federal Highway
Administration to improve safety in highway work zones. The purpose of
the clearinghouse is to provide information and referrals to government
agencies, public and private organizations, and the general public
concerning the safe and effective operation of traffic work zones.
Spanish-Language Materials. This page includes links to information
about Spanish language training courses, videos, and printed materials that
are related to work zone safety by topic.
Roadway Safety Awareness Program. This program
provides an overview of common hazards in highway and road construction and
simple prevention measures. It is intended to help your company produce the
worker awareness needed to achieve best practices. It is designed for use by
supervisory personnel with some safety and health experience or by safety and
health personnel to orient new workers as they arrive on the jobsite. The
program contents are available in both English and Spanish.
Office of Minority Health (OMH). The OMH advises the Secretary of Health and Human Services
and the Office of Public Health and Science (OPHS) on public health issues affecting various
racial/ethnic groups including Hispanics/Latinos.
White House. This page contains White House information and news
translated into Spanish.
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