The LOSH Minority Worker Training Program is highlighted in the "Focus on Worker Heatlh and Safety Training" report from the 2012 Good Jobs Green Jobs regional conferences.
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LOSH staff Kevin Riley, Linda Delp, Deogracia Cornelio and Sarah Jacobs recently published article in the journal New Solutions describes worker training efforts in Southern California. The article focuses on training created and carried out (much of it by LOSH) for the California Heat Illness Prevention Campaign. Click here to view the article.
Heat safety is your right! Learn about California's Heat Illness Prevention Campaign.
SoCalCOSH and Worksafe released the 4th annual "Dying at Work in California" report. It provides the latest estimates of deaths, injuries and illnesses in the workplace during 2013, and profiles the people affected and the enormous impact these events have on the people of California.
Founded in 1978, LOSH is a nationally recognized center promoting safe workplaces through teaching and education, research, and policy advocacy.
LOSH collaborates with workers, unions, community organizations, employers, academics, students, governmental representatives, and health professionals. Initiatives include health and safety training and education for low-income, minority, immigrant and young workers; public advocacy; and participation in industry-wide research relating to occupational and environmental health policy issues in California.
Over one thousand workers receive training annually in a region incorporating two-thirds of California's workforce. LOSH staff includes a multi-ethnic, bilingual group of professionals with backgrounds in public health, participatory adult education, curriculum development, social work, public policy, and quantitative and qualitative research methods.
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January 26-30, 2015
March 16-20, 2015
May 11-15, 2015
July 13-17, 2015
Young Worker Leadership Academy
January 29-31, 2015
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