Farmworker Safety Training Day – Nash County RESCHEDULED

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Farm worker in fieldThe Farmworker Safety Training Day for Friday, August 31st will be rescheduled some time in September. Please check back for a new date.

Nash County Agriculture Center
1006 Eastern Avenue in Nashville

N.C. Cooperative Extension has partnered with the farming community to provide Farmworker Safety Trainings.

Do you employ any native Spanish speaking farm labor (or know anyone that does) and need them to be trained on pesticide safety, heat stress safety, or green tobacco sickness? Well, N.C. Cooperative Extension will be providing FREE Farmworker Safety Trainings on Friday, August 31st  at the Nash County Agriculture Center.

This training is a state recognized and will assist in fulfilling some the requirements from Worker Protection Standards and Good Agricultural Practices certifications. The training consists of a 90-minute interactive session that will cover 3 topics necessary for compliance, which are pesticide safety, heat stress safety and green tobacco sickness, all in Spanish. At the conclusion of the training, the business where the workers will be working will receive a certificate of completion and a list of workers trained for record keeping.

If you feel this a program resonates with your business, please click on the link below to register!

REGISTER NOW!

If you have any questions about the event or how to register please contact Roberto Rosales, 252-883-5721 or RMRosale@ncsu.edu.

Thank you for all the hard work you do for the county and for this country. We look forward to seeing you at the Farmworker Training.

Farm Worker Health and Safety Flyer