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Grantee Name: Casa Latina

Grant Number: SH-26284-SH4

Grant Year: 2014

The grantee will provide 1-hour musculoskeletal disorder prevention training to day laborers in the construction, gardening, moving and home healthcare industries. Target audience includes limited-English-proficiency, non-literate, high-hazard-industry, minority, and hard-to-reach workers in the Redmond, WA, area. Plan to adapt existing training materials. Training will be offered in Spanish.

Ergonomic Hazards

Title Length Format File Size
New Safety and Health Lesson Plans English
  • Topic 2 - Identifying Work Hazards, English
  • 22 Pages PDF 1 MB
  • Topic 5 - Documenting Health Effects of Hazards, English
  • 22 Pages PDF 1 MB
  • Topic 7 - Know Your rights-worker’s Compensation, English
  • 22 Pages PDF 1 MB
    Casa Latina OSHA Training – Web page References
    Personal Protective Equipment – For yard work, demolition, moving, hauling, digging, carpentry,
    sheetrock, masonry, gardening, landscaping, paoiting, flooring, and roofing - English
    17 Pages PDF 707 Size
    Training Materials – Como Construir un Ambiente de Trabaho Seguro, Spanish
    Training Materials – Como Construir un Ambiente de Trabaho Seguro, Spanish 24 Pages PDF 698 KB
    Training Materials – How to Build a Safe Working Environment Workshop, English
    Training Materials – How to Build a Safe Working Environment Workshop, English 22 Pages PDF 797 KB

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