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Your Environment. Your Health.

Technical Workshop Presentations and Meeting Notes

Worker Education and Training Program
Fall 2003 Awardee Meeting and Technical Workshop
December 3-­5, 2003
Research Triangle Park, NC

Training from the Inside Out: Assessing and Refining Our Programs

EMERGING ISSUES -- Training from the Inside Out: Assessing and Refining Our Programs (64KB)
Eula Bingham, Midwest Consortium

How Has the NIEHS Worker Education and Training Program Adapted to Address Diversity, Outreach and Cultural Competence?

Designing Training To Build Cultural Competency (355KB)  
Jim Platner, Center to Protect Workers' Rights (CPWR)
Michael Lythcott, The Lythcott Company

Breakout: Life Skills Training and Incorporation of Cultural Competence Techniques (69KB)
Myra Lewis, Xavier University
Daniel Johnson, Laborers-AGC Education and Training Fund
Sharon Beard, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

Characteristics and Relative Risk of Occupational Fatalities of Hispanic Construction Workers (318KB)
Jim Platner, CPWR
Wanda Moguel
, Gladys Padro-Solar, Sheila Pressley, National Puerto Rican Forum (NPRF)

Immigrant Workers' Perceptions of Health and Safety in the Workplace: Training Issues (1MB)
  Training Issues: Reassessment of Literacy Efforts, Barriers to Diversity and Language Issues (87KB)
Dinorah Barton-Antonio, Marianne Brown, California Arizona Consortium (CAC)
Katherine Anderson, National Clearinghouse for Worker Safety and Health Training (National Clearinghouse)

Panel on Training and Homeland Security (116KB)
Bruce Lippy
, National Clearinghouse

Public Health Emergency Preparedness/EP (254KB)  
Rebecca Head, Washtenaw County Public Health Department (WCPHD)

Fires, Explosions and Toxic Releases: Implications for Post 9-11 Training (13MB)
Messages in the Dust: Lessons Learned, Post-9/11, for Environmental Health 
Gerald Poje, U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB)

Emergency Response and Protecting Infrastructure Workers: Training At-Risk Sectors in Emergency Response (831KB)
Paul Penn, EnMagine

Breakout: Chemical Security (80KB)
Bruce Lippy and John Moran, National Clearinghouse
Pete Stafford, CPWR

HAZMAT for Health Care and Infrastructure Workers (74KB)
Paul Penn, EnMagine
Rebecca Head, WCPHD
Amy Mock, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

MOLD: Health & Training Implications for Worker Populations (88KB)
Denny Dobbin, Society for Occupational Safety and Health

Guidance on Mold Health Concerns for Workers (295KB)
  Selected Online Mold Resources (127KB)

Christopher D'Andrea , New York City Department of Health

Microbial Remediation Training (154KB) Al DeVita, Laborers-AGC Education and Training Fund

Advanced Training Technologies/E-Learning Panel (104KB)
Paul Morse, The New England Consortium (TNEC)

Glassic - Online Training Course (2MB)

Michael Glassic , Y-Stress, Inc/George Meaney Center for Labor Studies

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