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All Workers Have Rights in California

A new workers’ rights booklet designed to inform workers of their rights in California, is now available online and in print in English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese versions. These materials were developed by the Department of Industrial Relations and its Labor Enforcement Task Force with assistance from the Labor Occupational Health Program at UC Berkeley. The booklet describes the rights California workers are...

Health and Safety Training Kits

   This LOHP curriculum is designed to help trainers facilitate informal classes of workers, environmental justice activists, or community residents using action-oriented, participatory methods. It is available in four languages, and was developed by LOHP in collaboration with the Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice. The curriculum consists of two modules (or “kits”) bound together in a single volume: Protecting Workers from Job...

HIV/AIDS and Bloodborne Pathogens Booklet

Click below to see LOHP’s booklet on workplace exposure to HIV/AIDS and bloodborne pathogens. The booklet, Do You Work Around Blood or Body Fluids? Cal/OSHA’s New Rules, was specifically written for nursing home and home healthcare workers but could be useful for other occupations as well. The booklet was originally issued in four languages, but printed copies are no longer available for sale. However, the English-language...

Returning to Work After a Job Injury: Tools for Injured Workers and Unions

This LOHP booklet is now available in English, Spanish, and Chinese. It includes important information and resources that unions can use to negotiate with employers to allow injured members to return to work. The booklet demonstrates how employers can save money, avoid fines and penalties, and increase overall health, productivity, and competitiveness of the business by designing and implementing effective return-to-work programs. Also included...