New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy
Special Issue: Worker Health and Safety Training, September 2012
Deborah Weinstock, this issue’s guest editor, leads MDB’s Occupational Safety & Health practice and is the Director of the National Clearinghouse for Worker Safety and Health Training.
Open source access to this special issue of New Solutions was provided by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
The Critical Role of Training In Protecting Workers
Learning To Take Action: The Goals Of Health And Safety Training
Deborah Weinstock, Craig Slatin
Being On The Web Of Unions: An Interview With D’Arcy Martin, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Deborah Weinstock, Joy Lee
Charles Levenstein, Beth Rosenberg
From Agricultural Fields To Urban Asphalt: The Role Of Worker Education To Promote California’s Heat Illness Prevention Standard
Kevin Riley, Linda Delp, Deogracia Cornelio, Sara Jacobs
Using Hazard Maps To Identify And Eliminate Workplace Hazards: A Union-Led Health And Safety Training Program
Joe Anderson, Michele Collins, John Devlin, Paul Renner
Triangle of Prevention: A Union’s Experience Promoting A Systems-Of-Safety Health And Safety Program
Thomas H. McQuiston, Steve Cable, Linda Cook, Karen Drewery, Glenn Erwin, James Frederick, Nancy Lessin, Dan Ouellette, John Scardella, Colin Spaeth, Mike Wright
Beyond The Classroom – A Case Study Of Immigrant Safety Liaisons In Residential Construction
Michele Ochsner, Elizabeth G. Marshall, Carmen Martino, Marien Casillas Pabelon, Lousi Kimmel, Damaris Rostran
Novel Approaches To Development, Delivery And Evaluation Of A Peer-Led Occupational Safety Training For Latino Day Laborers
Rachael Ann De Souza, Steve Hecker, A.B. deCastro, Hilary Stern, Araceli Hernandez, Noah Seixas
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