|Grantee Name: Make the Road New York||Grant Number: SH-20830-10||Grant Year: 2010|
The grantee presented training to workers and employers in small businesses located in New York City. Training was developed for Latino immigrant workers and employers engaged in low-wage industries including restaurants, manufacturing, commercial laundry, and garment. Training materials are available in English and Spanish.
|Immigrant Worker Safety and Health|
|Immigrant Workers Health and Safety: A Guide for Front-Line Advocates||20 pages||PDF*||494 KB|
|Hazard Identification Training||5 pages||PDF*||668 KB|
|OSHA History and Background Workshop||7 pages||PDF*||110 KB|
|Small Business Guide to Workplace Health and Safety||16 pages||PDF*||475 KB|
|Small Business Guide to Workplace Health and Safety: Training Outline||5 pages||PDF*||82 KB|
|Taking Action for a Safe Workplace: Materials for English Language Learning Teachers||126 pages||PDF*||11.83 MB|
|Immigrant Workers Health and Safety: Train-the-Trainer Program||38 pages||PDF*||1.15 KB|
|Guía de Salud y Seguridad en el Lugar de Trabajo para Pequeñas Empresas||19 pagess||PDF*||490 KB|
|Taller de Seguridad y Salud de Trabajo para Pequeñas Empresas||7 pages||PDF*||89 KB|
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