Casa Latina - SH-26284-SH4

Ergonomic Hazards

Grantee Name: Casa Latina Grant Number: SH-26284-SH4 Grant Year: 2014

The grantee will provide 1-hour musculoskeletal disorder prevention training to day laborers in the construction, gardening, moving and home healthcare industries. Target audience includes limited-English-proficiency, non-literate, high-hazard-industry, minority, and hard-to-reach workers in the Redmond, WA, area. Plan to adapt existing training materials. Training will be offered in Spanish.

How to Build a Safe Working Environment Workshop

Title Language Length Format File Size
New Safety and Health Lesson Plans English
Topic 2 - Identifying Work Hazards, EnglishTopic 5 - Documenting Health Effects of Hazards, English, and Topic 7 - Know Your rights-worker’s Compensation, English
English
22 pages
PDF 1,013.47 KB
Casa Latina OSHA Training – Web page References
Personal Protective Equipment – For yard work, demolition, moving, hauling, digging, carpentry, sheetrock, masonry, gardening, landscaping, paoiting, flooring, and roofing - English
English
17 pages
PDF 713.28 KB
Training Materials – Como Construir un Ambiente de Trabaho Seguro
Training Materials – Como Construir un Ambiente de Trabaho Seguro
Spanish
24 pages
PDF 701.81 KB
Training Materials – How to Build a Safe Working Environment Workshop
Training Materials – How to Build a Safe Working Environment Workshop
English
22 pages
PDF 801.42 KB

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