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Your Environment. Your Health.

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).

What's New

WTP COVID-19 Accomplishments Report
The intent of the report is to share the NIEHS Worker Training Program’s COVID-19 response and activities from March 2020 to September 2022. Activities included webinars, workshops, needs assessments, and training tools to protect workers and communities from exposure to infectious diseases and SARS-COV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

workers in personal protective equipment

History of Evaluation and Future Directions for the NIEHS Worker Training Program
The NIEHS Worker Training Program (WTP) places an emphasis on evaluating the training programs conducted by funded non-profit organizations, or grantees. This report reviews WTP’s evaluation history and guidance, and focuses on evaluation of WTP training program areas, efforts across multiple grantees, and evaluation activities for a specific disaster response or topic of focus.

Success Story: The Historically Black Colleges/Universities Consortium
The Historically Black Colleges/Universities (HBCU) Consortium is one of several organizations funded by the NIEHS Environmental Career Worker Training Program. Implemented by a collaboration between the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice and Texas Southern University, the HBCU Consortium aims to improve the quality of life for disadvantaged workers and communities.

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