- 2022-6-13_Enfermedades-causadas-por-el-calor_Presentacion.pptx (19.18 MB)
- 2022-6-13_HeatStressSpanishFLIPCHART.pdf (7.81 MB)
- 2022-7-21_Heat-Stress-Facilitator-GuideSpanish.pdf (2.43 MB)
- 2022-6-13_Heat-related-illness_Presentation - English.pptx (21.41 MB)
- 2022-7-21_Heat-Stress-Facilitator-GuideEnglish.pdf (2.5 MB)
WEBINAR | Before the Dog Days of Summer, Learn how Community Health Workers can Help Prevent Heat Stress
DATE RECORDED: June 8, 2016
PRESENTED BY: Juliana Simmons, MSPH, CHES
This material will be produced under grant number SH-27640-15-60-F-48-SH5 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It will not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
HEAT ILLNESS CAN BE DEADLY. Every year, thousands of workers become sick from exposure to heat, and some even die. These illnesses and deaths are preventable.
OSHA has now posted a new Heat Illness Web Page that includes educational materials in English and Spanish, including low-literacy fact sheets for workers, worksite and community posters, and a public service announcement from Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis. The Web page also includes a video from Assistant Secretary Dr. David Michaels (in English with a Spanish transcript). OSHA will be posting additional materials on the Heat Illness Web page, including a lesson plan that employers can use to train their workers to stay safe in the heat and a heat index Smartphone app.
Photonovelas in English and Spanish. Produced by the North Carolina Farmworker Project.
- Heat_Illness_Novela_English.pdf (1.41 MB)
- Heat_Illness_Novela_Spanish.pdf (1.42 MB)
- fotonovela_directions.doc (77.5 KB)