Awardee Meetings

2002
Agenda
Report — Learning From Disasters: Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness Through Worker Training NEW!
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
2001
Fall
Strategic Plan Agenda
Mission Statement Breakout Session
Human Capital Breakout Session
Partnerships Breakout Session
WETP Focus Areas Breakout Session
Final Strategic Plan NEW!
Spring
Best Practices Workshop
2000
Spring
Agenda
Report
1999
Fall
Agenda
Spring
Agenda
Apprenticeship Workshop
CPWR Superfund JTI Report
DOE Memo on Integrated Safety Management (PDF)
DOE Memo on Training (PDF)
Electronic Brainstorming
EPA Minority Worker Training Program (PowerPoint)
Federal Job Training Programs Summary
Laborers-AGC Curriculum Development Process
NIEHS Update (PowerPoint)
PACE Superfund JTI Project-Denver
Superfund JTI Success Story
WETP Data Management (PowerPoint)
Xavier University Minority Worker Training Program
Bibliography
1998
Fall
Agenda

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COMPENDIA
1999-2000
Table of Contents
Hairdresser and Barber Mortality
Improving the Study of Worker Safety and Health Training
1998-1999
Table of Contents
California-Arizona Consortium’s Hazardous Waste Worker Training Program Evaluation Report
Risk Mapping for Change
RTK Net – An Internet Resource for Workers
The Case for Integrating Safety and Health into the Design of Innovative Environmental Remediation Technology
Union-Initiated Safety Training Program Leads to Improved Workplace Safety
Southwest Workplace Toxics Training Project
1997-1998
Table of Contents
Does a Collateral Duty Require Less Protection: Workers, Hazardous Materials Emergency Response, and OSHA’s Failure to Protect
Evaluation of Training: Worker Safety and Health in the Workplace
NIEHS WETP Program Rationale
Measurements of Oxygen Concentrationn of Air Within Totally-Encapsulating Chemical Protective Suits
NIEHS WETP 10-Year Anniversary Meeting, Panel 1
NIEHS WETP 10-Year Anniversary Meeting, Panel 2
1996-1997
Table of Contents
Evaluating Safety and Health Programs
Measuring Training Outcomes
Pitfalls of Conventional Course Evaluation Formats

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REPORTS
Mid-year and Annual Reports
1996-2000 Five Year Report
1999-2000 Mid-year Report
1998-1999 Annual Report
1998-1999 Mid-year Report
1997-1998 Annual Report
1997-1998 Mid-year Report
1996-1997 Annual Report
1995-1996 Annual Report
1995-1996 Mid-year Report
Labor Market Study
Hazardous Waste Workers and Associated Emergency Responders
NIEHS Guide to Training Evaluation
MS Word Version (236 K)
PDF Version (299 K)
Report to the Department of Energy
Final DOE Report, 2001 NEW!
Final DOE Report, May 2000
Appendix 1: Missing
Appendix 2: Training Parameters
Appendix 3: Course Data by Site
Appendix 4: Missing
Appendix 5: Organizational Chart
Appendix 6: FY2000 Subcontracting

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WORKSHOPS
NIOSH Workshop
(National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health)
ATT poster session (PowerPoint)
ATT poster session
ATT report summary
NIEHS presentation
Remembering the Worker Workshop
Cover page
Preface
Introduction: Injecting Safety and Health Considerations Into the Technology Life-Cycle Continuum
Part I: Guidance for Applying Process Safety Management Techniques and Technology Safety Data Sheets to the Development of New Cleanup Technologies
Part II: Forthcoming
Appendix A: Preventing Work-Related Injury and Illness During Development and Implementation of New Environmental Cleanup Technologies
Appendix B: Innovative Technologies II: Design and Implementation to Protect Workers
Appendix C-1: Development: Identifying and Mitigating Hazards From the Outset
Appendix C-2: Deployment: Dealing With Residual Safety and Health Hazards
Appendix C-3: Deployment: Dealing With Residual Safety and Health Hazards
Acronyms
Participants list
Trainers Exchange Workshop
Agenda
Pre-Conference Session
Workshop Handouts (All in PDF format):

CCC Oil Spill Response Training Overview and Groundrules
Electronic Resources and Internet Guides for Safety & Health and Environmental Professionals
El Puente Newsletter
Environmental Impact Newsletter
Evaluating the Impact of Training: The Trainers Point of View
The Game of Hazardous Waste Life
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Handling All Kinds of Participants
Group Resume Exercise
Health Hazards Occur Through 3 Routes of Entry
Hazardous Materials Warning Placards and Label Review Exercise
Hazardous Waste Worker Course “Exam” Refresher Review Exercise
Hazwoper Jeopardy
Introductory Icebreaker
Minority Worker Training Program Data for FY 1996
New Jersey/New York Environmental Worker Training Consortium 1997 Student Handbook
NIEHS Worker Training Program After 10 Years: Accomplishments, Challenges and New Directions
Personal Protective Equipment Workshop Lesson Plan
Revising Materials for Workers with Limited Literacy
Toxic Web Scavenging – A Comprehensive Worker Safety and Health Training Method
Train-the-Trainer Notes
Trainers Challenge Game: Beam Me Up Scotty!
Update on Brownfields Program
The Work of Post-Graduate Pre-Apprentices – Four-Month Student Employment Patterns: April 26, 1996 Through August 31, 1996
Workshop Demonstration: Interactive Method to Educate About Brownfields
Miscellaneous Workshops
Technical Workshop to Provide Interpretive Guidance to the Minimum Criteria for Worker Health and Safety Training for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
Agenda Guidelines for “Training in Workplace Safety and Health” Workshop
Agenda for “Environmental Job Training” Workshop
Welcome statement for “Environmental Job Training” Workshop
Agenda for NIEHS/DOE Technology Workshop
Agenda for “Measuring and Evaluating the Outcomes of Training” Workshops
Lessons Learned document from “Successful Training Partnerships” Workshop
Toxic Tour Flyer from “Environmental Job Training” Workshop
Flyer from “Train the Trainer” Workshop
Overview from “Train the Trainer” Workshop
NIEHS Technical Workshop on Worker-Trainer Programs – Final Report