Spanish-Language Resources From State Plan States
A number of states operate their own safety and health programs. OSHA approves and monitors state plans. The following are examples of Spanish-language resources from state plan states. This listing also includes selected Spanish-language resources from state agencies in states under federal OSHA jurisdiction.
- Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health
- California Division of Occupational Safety and Health
- California Department of Public Health
- Safety Break Cards. Spanish-language safety training cards designed to improve safety training in construction.
- University of Northern Iowa - Iowa Center for Immigrant Leadership and Integration (ICILI). The Center guides and prepares Iowa communities and businesses as they accommodate immigrant and refugee newcomers living and working in Iowa.
- Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH)
- Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry Spanish Publications List
- New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
- Right to Know Hazardous Substances Fact Sheets. The New Jersey Right to Know Program has translated many of these fact sheets into Spanish.
- New Mexico OSHA
- Publications List. Lists technical publications in Spanish available through the OSHA publications office.
- North Carolina Department of Labor - OSH Division publications. This list includes several Spanish-language publications.
- Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division
- Puerto Rico State Plan Website
- Washington Department of Labor and Industries. This full service Spanish-language occupational safety and health Website
includes the following links:
- Spanish Publications List. Contains lists addressing occupational safety and health topics including PPE, job safety and health, agriculture and eye protection.
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