University of California at Berkeley - SH-23586-12

Worker Safety in Restaurants and Recycling Facilities

Grantee Name: University of California at Berkeley Grant Number: SH-23586-12 Grant Year: 2012

The grantee conducted training that addressed safety and health hazards facing hard-to-reach workers, immigrants, and young workers in the restaurant and recycling industries. Training took place in California. Training materials included booklets in English, Spanish and Chinese.

Worker Safety in Restaurants and Recycling Facilities

Title Language Length Format File Size
Worker Safety in Restaurants and Recycling Facilities
Worker Safety in Recycling Facilities
English
14 pages
PDF 12.53 MB
Seguridad de los Trabajadores en las Plantas de Reciclaje
Spanish
14 pages
PDF 12.57 MB
Chinese Restaurant Safety
Chinese Traditional
2 pages
PDF 2.08 MB

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