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Grantee Name: Rutgers School of Public Health

Grant Number: SH-26304-SH4

Grant Year: 2014

The grantee will offer 1- to 7.5-hour workplace hazards training to temporary workers and their employers in New York and New Jersey. Target audience includes small businesses, minority, low-literacy, hard-to-reach and high-hazard industry workers. Training topics will include employee rights under OSHA, employer responsibilities, hazard communication, emergency action plans, electrical hazards, and vehicular hazards. Plan to adapt existing materials. Training will be provided in English and Spanish.

Temporary Worker Hazards

Title Length Format File Size
1. 2014 RutgersSPH Evaluation Tools:
Course Evaluation – English 1 Page PDF 79 KB
Post Class Evaluation – English 2 Pages PDF 143 KB
Pre-Class Evaluation – English 2 Pages PDF 138 KB
Course Evaluation – Spanish 2 Pages PDF 80 KB
Post Class Evaluation – Spanish 2 Pages PDF 143 KB
Pre-Class Evaluation – Spanish 2 Pages PDF 149 KB
2. Workbooks:
2014 RutgersSPH Instructor PPT, English 47 Pages PDF 1.7 MB
2014 RutgersSPH_7.5hr Student workbook 67 Pages PDF 1.5 MB
2014 RutgersSPH_English 4hr Student Workbook 34 Pages PDF 1.2 MB
2014 RutgersSPH_Spanish 4hr Student Workbook 34 Pages PDF 780 KB

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