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CAL/OSHA GUIA DE BOLSILLO PARA LA INDUSTRIA DE LA CONSTRUCCION

he California Department of Industrial Relations, Department of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) published this Spanish language pocket guide...

La Salud y Seguridad en la Construccion Residencial: Manual de Capacitacion para la Concienciacion

This interactive workbook is based on OSHA 10-hour hazard awareness training for construction workers, includes participatory activities for trainees,...

Charla Informativa: Ambientes Fríos

Esta charla informativa de CPWR sobre Ambientes Fríos. Este recurso incluye un ejemplo de caso de la ‘vida real,’ pasos para prevenir una lesión...

Charla Informativa: Ambientes Calientes

Esta charla informativa de CPWR sobre los Ambientes Calientes. Este recurso incluye un ejemplo de caso de la ‘vida real,’ pasos para prevenir una...

Break time

Construction workers enjoying a well-deserved break. Breaks are a good time for reducing stress and giving the body a rest....

A CPWR toolbox talk on the jobsite

Photo shows a toolbox talk – part of CPWR’s toolbox talk series – that was created by CPWR based on research conducted by National Institute for...

Emergency Plan

Every site should have an emergency plan that informs workers where to go in case of an emergency. A map is an easy way to communicate exit routes and...

Drinking water on a hot job

One of the best ways to avoid heat-related illnesses on a construction job is to drink plenty of water, particularly at the beginning of the summer wh...

Drinking water in the shade

OSHA recommends that, on a hot job, workers drink a liter of water over one hour, which is about one cup every fifteen minutes. The agency's program...

Direct sunlight

Direct sunlight heats up the body and can lead to heat-related illnesses even if workers aren't involved in strenuous labor....