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Worker Protection Standard Training Curricula and Resources

Worker Protection Standard Train-the-Trainer Curricula - An EPA-approved, culturally and linguistically appropriate curricula for training workers on the revised Worker Protection Standard.

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Workers Exposed to Pesticides Lack Protection, Fear Retaliation - Florida Palm Beach Post (Part 3 of 3 Part Series)

Maria Fernandez, 42, of Cancun, Mexico, sits outside a shoddy trailer she shares with other workers. "Everybody around here always has headaches, coughs, running noses," she said. "It has to do with that dust on the plants from the chemicals. You are always breathing it in."

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Workers' Comp Hub

At Workers' Comp Hub we provide basic information for workers with job-related injuries and illnesses. We also share resources to advance pro-worker advocacy and action.

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Workers' Comp Insider

An informative blog about workers' compensation, risk management, business insurance, workplace health & safety, occupational medicine, injured workers, and related topics.

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Workers' Compensation Guide

A tool for health care providers and others to assist agricultural workers in accessing workers' compensation benefits. A Farmworker Justice/MCN resource.

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Working Immigrants

A weblog about the business of immigrant work: employment, compensation, legal protections, education, mobility, and public policy.
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Working Immigrants

A weblog about the business of immigrant work: employment, compensation, legal protections, education, mobility, and public policy.
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Working Immigrants

A weblog about the business of immigrant work: employment, compensation, legal protections, education, mobility, and public policy.

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A weblog about the business of immigrant work: employment, compensation, legal protections, education, mobility, and public policy.
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Working with Hispanic Indigenous Migrant Men from Mexico and Guatemala to Promote Immunization

The Immunization Initiative at MCN promotes improving childhood, adolescent, and adult immunization coverage levels among migrant and other mobile underserved populations. During the course of the initiative, anecdotal and documented evidence of an increase in the Hispanic indigenous population in United States and outside California surfaced from various sources. A separate initiative emerged, to design and develop a piece of educational material specifically for this population. This article, published in Streamline (March-April, 2009) discusses this initiative.

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