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National Clearinghouse for Worker Safety and Health Training

The National Clearinghouse for Worker Safety and Health Training is a national resource for hazardous waste worker curricula, technical reports, and weekly news on hazardous materials, waste operations, and emergency response. Funded by the NIEHS Worker Training Program (WTP), the National Clearinghouse provides technical assistance to WTP staff, program awardees, and the general public.

For more information on the resources available from the National Clearinghouse, please view our Training Resources Fact Sheet(1MB).

The Worker Training Program has played a key role in numerous hurricane response efforts. This fact sheet(147KB) explains the training technical assistance the program can provide to hurricane cleanup and recovery workers. To request training in response to Hurricane Florence, please complete this form.

  • disaster preparedness and response resources for workers

    Disaster Resources

    Browse disaster preparedness and response resources for workers.

  • Emergency Responders

    WTP Highlights

    Explore annual training statistics and awardee success stories.

  • e-newsbrief

    e-Newbrief

    Read about the latest developments in worker health and safety news.

  • Search for and download training curricula produced by Worker Training Program awardees

    Curricula Catalog

    Search for and download training curricula produced by WTP awardees.

  • Access reports on important worker training issues and initiatives

    Clearinghouse Publications

    Access reports on important worker training issues and initiatives.

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