Do you manage workers with disabilities?
If so, this course is for you!
Train-the-Trainer Course: Staying Safe at Work
Wed., April 9, 2014 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Wilsonville Training Center, Room 112 at Clackamas Community College
29353 SW Town Center Loop East, Wilsonville OR 97070
Registration required – no cost to attend. Lunch included.
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Staying Safe at Work: Teaching Workers with Disabilities About Health and Safety on the Job, is aimed at helping train workers with disabilities to stay safe on the job.
The curriculum is designed for use by supported employment agencies, job development programs, employers, and high school transition programs to teach workers with developmental disabilities valuable job safety knowledge and skills.
Staying Safe at Work uses hands-on, fun, interactive activities that do not require literacy skills.
Robin Dewey, MPH, is a program coordinator for the University of California Berkeley’s Labor Occupational Health Program, a community service program at U C Berkeley’s School of Public Health. She has 25 years’ experience in the occupational health education field with special interest in the health and safety needs of workers with developmental disabilities. Ms. Dewey is the primary author of Staying Safe at Work. Ms. Dewey serves as an occupational health and safety trainer for NISH– Creating Employment Opportunities for People with Severe Disabilities.
To register or for more information contact Dede Montgomery: firstname.lastname@example.org. This offering is sponsored by O[yes], the Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition.