SUMMARY. Creative processes/standards by OSHA/Fed. Gov’t that allows access to Hispanics in areas of S/H/E Day laborers are crosscutting between all areas Communication/training needed Vulnerable populations Traffic safety. ISSUES.
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Creative processes/standards by OSHA/Fed. Gov’t that allows access to Hispanics in areas of S/H/E
Day laborers are crosscutting between all areas
Protect workers - Free to report injuries - “Whistle blower” mentality - Worker education, training, communication > Spanish language
Traffic safety issues - Migrant farmworkers - Women
Violence in workplace
Legal services - Rights - Permits - Database info/system > support H/S
Travel to and from work
Women and Maquiladona’s
Standards/definitions to protect workers
Traffic safety all encompassing - Leading cause of death under 24
Licensing issues > uninsured motorists
Own traffic safety tract?
Non-usage of child safety seats
Vulnerable populations - Women - Children - Elderly - Language - Undocumented workers/day laborers - Driver fatigue/impaired driving (motor trace)
Falls not just Hispanic
Hispanics tend to work in riskier trades
Knowledge of rights
Who:- Center project to workers rights- Industry > construction companies- Small business/foreman supervisors- Day laborers
Latina/women’s groups - Mana - Dialogue on diversity - Now > more active in S/H/E area
BLS - Data
National manufacturing standards
Agriculture and children