University of California at Berkeley - SH-20864-10

Youth Workers

Youth @Work: Talking Safety

Grant Materials
Title Language Length Format File Size
Youth @Work: Talking Safety
Youth@Work: Talking Safety, California version
42 slides
PPT 4.61 MB
Youth@Work: Talking Safety
58 slides
PPT 1.68 MB
Stay Healthy and Safety While Giving Manicures and Pedicures: A Guide for Nail Salon Workers
12 pages
PDF 2.55 MB
A Menu for Protecting the Health and Safety of Restaurant Workers Manual
44 pages
PDF 8.34 MB
Engaging Employers in Protecting Young Workers
24 pages
PDF 3.60 MB
Young Worker Handouts
66 pages
PDF 1.40 MB
Young Worker Instructor Manual
76 pages
PDF 501.88 KB
Orienting Worksite Supervisors about Teen Health and Safety
20 pages
PDF 407.97 KB
Giu Gin Suc Khoe va Su An Lam Mong Tay Mong Chan
12 pages
PDF 2.50 MB
Un Menú Para Proteger la Salud y Seguridad de los Trabajadores de Restaurantes
44 pages
PDF 8.50 MB

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