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OSHA Dictionaries - English-to-Spanish and Spanish-to-English

OSHA's Hispanic Task Force developed these English-to-Spanish and Spanish-to-English dictionaries. The dictionaries include over 2,000 general OSHA, general industry, and construction industry terms. They are intended to assist OSHA, Susan Harwood Training Grant applicants and recipients, and others in their Spanish-language translations. Phonetic pronunciation guides are included in the dictionaries for frequently used general industry and frequently used construction industry terms.

General OSHA Terms

Frequently Used General Industry Terms

General Industry Terms

Frequently Used Construction Industry Terms

Construction Industry Terms

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