WAWGG, in partnership with the Washington State Department of Ag, will offer three trainings in 2017 primarily designed to broaden and progress worker and employer knowledge as well as develop core skills in the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of safety and health hazards related to pesticide use in the workplace.
The courses will be offered in Spanish and may be offered in English if enough attendees request the classes to be taught in English.
Worker Protection Standard (WPS) Train the Trainer
Wednesday and Thursday May 17 and 18
WorkSource Columbia Basin
This is an interactive two-day workshop, specifically designed for those who provide pesticide safety training to other employees. It will help trainers effectively deliver pesticide safety training for pesticide handlers and fieldworkers. According to the Worker Protection Standards (WPS) training requirements; it also provides participants with guidance on how to comply with other WPS requirements. Any participant who both satisfactorily completes the Train-the Trainer course and participates as a trainer during the mock training portion of the program becomes a WSDA certified trainer. According to WPS a WSDA Certified Trainer is qualified to provide pesticide safety training to agricultural workers and pesticide handlers in Washington State and can issue WSDA’s worker and handler training verification cards.
Clarification of Train the Trainer Requirements (English)
Clarification of Train the Trainer Requirements (Spanish)
Call 509 782 8234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for registration.