Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation - SH-22227-11

Young Workers

Grantee Name: Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation Grant Number: SH-22227-11 Grant Year: 2011

The grantee provided training for young workers, employers, teachers and parents in the fields of healthcare and cosmetology through its Southeast Center for Young Worker Safety and Health Center. Topics included young worker rights and responsibilities, identification of workplace hazards, respiratory protection, bloodborne pathogens, ergonomics, and workplace violence. Materials include PowerPoint presentations and lesson plans in English and Spanish.

Young Workers in the Cosmetology and Healthcare Industries

Title Language Length Format File Size
Young Workers in the Cosmetology and Healthcare Industries
Young Worker Safety and Health Training for the Cosmetology Industry
English
39 slides
PPT 2.25 MB
Young Worker Safety and Health Training for the Healthcare Industry
English
45 slides
PPT 2.83 MB
Cosmetology Industry Training Lesson Plan
English
20 pages
PDF 500.44 KB
Healthcare Industry Training Lesson Plan
English
8 pages
PDF 385.21 KB
Adiestramiento en Salud y Seguridad para el Trabajador Joven, en la Industria de la Cosmetología
Spanish
39 slides
PPTX 3.18 MB
Adiestramiento en Salud y Seguridad para el Trabajador Joven, en la Industria del Cuidado de la Salud
Spanish
45 slides
PPTX 3.29 MB
Plan de Lección de la Industria de la Cosmetología
Spanish
30 pages
PDF 409.54 KB
Plan de Lección de la Industria de la Salud
Spanish
10 pages
PDF 407.38 KB

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