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Occupational Health and Safety

Dr. Eula Bingham: Heroine for workers’ right to safe and healthy jobs

Dr. Eula Bingham
Dr. Eula Bingham (2015). Credit: Maryam Jameel/Center for Public Integrity

Written by Celeste Monforton, DrPH, MPH, The Pump Handle 

We’re not blaming the elderly. We’re not blaming healthcare workers. So why do we accuse essential workers for being sickened and killed by COVID-19?

Meat processing plant workers

By Amy K. Liebman, MPA 
Director of Environmental and Occupational Health, Migrant Clinicians Network, Salisbury, MD 

Declaración de posición de MCN: detengamos la retórica racista sobre los trabajadores; y aumentemos las protecciones durante la emergencia

Health Centers on the Frontlines: HOPE Clinic Ramps Up Telehealth, Starts Rapid Testing

Next Steps: Keeping Essential Workers Essential, After the Pandemic

A construction worker wearing protective equipment
Photo: (c) www.earldotter.com 

Worker Safety is Safety for All of Us

A worker on a processing line at a poultry plant
Photo by Earl Dotter

By Amy K. Liebman, Director of Environmental and Occupational Health, Migrant Clinicians Network

MCN Farmworker Ally Speaks Out: What Do Low Wages Mean for Farmworkers?

Health Centers on the Frontlines: Mary's Center on Virtual Enabling Services, Internal Communication, and Finances during COVID-19

Health Centers on the Frontlines

 

Trabajadores Agrícolas y el COVID-19: Preguntas frecuentes

Cuando una lesión en el trabajo te lleva a trabajar en la educación de los derechos de los trabajadores: Entrenamiento para entrenadores en Laredo, TX

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