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FREE Four-part Worker Occupational Safety and Health (WOSH) Specialist Training
October 19, 21, 26, 28; 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM each day
The Worker Occupational Safety and Health (WOSH) Specialist training program is a statewide effort aimed at reducing job-related injuries and illnesses among California workers.
At this online, interactive training you will learn basic occupational health and safety concepts, how to take a leadership role in promoting health and safety at your workplace, and strategies for taking action.
Attendees who attend all four sessions will receive downloadable health and safety resources, have a chance to share ideas and strategies with employees from other workplaces, and will receive a certificate of completion as a WOSH Specialist.
- Promoting Effective Safety Programs
- Identifying and Controlling Hazards in the Workplace
- Health and Safety Rights and Responsibilities
- Workers’ Compensation & Cal/OSHA
- Leslie Olivares, MS, Education and Outreach Specialist, UC Davis Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety
- Robin Dewey, MPH, Program Coordinator, UC Berkeley Labor Occupational Health Program
- Yasin Khan, MPH, Program Coordinator, UC Berkeley Labor Occupational Health Program
Learn more about WOSHTEP at dir.ca.gov/chswc/woshtep
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This training is based on the Worker Occupational Safety and Health Training and Education Program (WOSHTEP) administered by the Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation in the Department of Industrial Relations through inter-agency agreements with the Labor Occupational Health Program at the University of California, Berkeley, the Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety at the University of California, Davis, and the Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program at the University of California, Los Angeles.