California Rural Legal Assistance - SH-20841-10
|Grantee Name: California Rural Legal Assistance||Grant Number: SH-20841-10||Grant Year: 2010|
The grantee presented training on heat illness and heat stress prevention. Training targeted farmworkers, construction workers, landscape workers and other low-wage workers employed outdoors in California. The training material consists of a PowerPoint presentation in both English and Spanish.
Preventing Heat Illness
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