A “worker’s manual for organising on work security” from the International Labor Organization (ILO). This is a practical guide that is available online in several languages, including a Chinese version provided by the Hong Kong Workers’ Health Centre. It helps workers increase their control over their own work situations by researching hazards themselves.
A bilingual dictionary of terms in the field of occupational safety and health, provided by Oregon OSHA. Requires Acrobat Reader.
An extensive collection of links to worker health and safety training materials (such as factsheets, curricula, and checklists) that are available online in languages other than English. Arranged by topic and by language. Includes a listing of websites that have similar links. Prepared by LOHP and the California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation.
Has much of the content of the NIOSH site in Spanish, including factsheets and other publications.
Has an overview of OSHA, how to file complaints in Spanish, worker and employer rights and responsibilities, and a list of resources.