Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA

Training Resources in Spanish Language

OSHA Sources

Non-OSHA Sources

  • Fall Protection, Residential Construction. West Virginia University Extension Service.
  • OSHA Training Institute Tools. University of South Florida – translated OSHA 10 hour PowerPoints into Spanish
  • US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
  • Safety and Health Toolbox. AFL-CIO. List of Spanish language safety and health resources and publications.
  • Safety Break Cards. California Department of Health Services, Occupational Health Branch.
  • Safety Tip Sheets. Professional Landcare Network (PLANET).
  • Spanish-Language Resources. OSHA Compliance Assistance. Spanish-language resources from non-governmental organizations.
  • Training and Educational Materials for Hispanic Construction Workers. Hispanics Work Safe, University of Massachusetts-Lowell.
  • Spanish-related Federal Government Sites. OSHA Compliance Assistance. Spanish-language resources and other information on Hispanic workers from other federal agencies.
  • Work Zone Safety. National Workzone Safety Information Clearinghouse.


To find outreach training in Spanish, visit the Spanish Outreach Trainers listing. If you're an outreach trainer who conducts the training in Spanish and you want your name added to the list, send the following information to outreach@dol.gov:

  • Name
  • Construction and/or General Industry
  • Company/Organization, if applicable
  • City/state
  • Phone
  • E-mail and/or website address, if applicable

Trainer Training

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