ERIC Number: ED423109
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
Pesticide Safety Training Materials for Farmworkers: An Annotated Bibliography. Working Paper 98-01.
Quandt, Sara A.; Austin, Colin K.; Arcury, Thomas A.; Summers, Mandi E.; Martinez, H. Nolo
Preventing or reducing exposure to agricultural chemicals is an important focus for health educators serving farmworkers and their families. The need for this health education has been intensified with the development of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Worker Protection Standard (WPS). Among other requirements, WPS states that farmworkers must receive worker-safety training that covers specified topics related to chemical exposure. This annotated bibliography compiles 35 health education materials appropriate for use with farmworkers and related to agricultural chemical exposure. These items were published since 1988 and include various print materials, training manuals and curricula, and audiovisual products. The majority are available in both English or Spanish, or in Spanish only. Annotations include: brief description of contents and format, publisher, source, audience, language, reading level, evaluation of relevance to WPS, and suggestions for use. An introduction describes the search strategy and review process used to compile the bibliography. Appendices list information required by WPS and the bibliography's review format. (SV)
Descriptors: Agricultural Laborers, Agricultural Safety, Annotated Bibliographies, Audiovisual Aids, Health Education, Health Materials, Instructional Materials, Migrant Workers, Occupational Safety and Health, Pesticides, Safety Education, Spanish Speaking, Training
Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Campus Box 3410, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3410 ($7.00).
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: National Inst. of Environmental Health Sciences (NIH), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill. Center for Urban and Regional Studies.