Health and Safety Resources


Heat Stress Resources

Pesticide Safety Resources

Indifference to Safety (1998) reviews the State of Florida's investigations into complaints of farmworker pesticide poisoning from January 1992 to mid-May 1997. An examination of the State's records shows glaring flaws in its enforcement of federal and state laws intended to protect the health and safety of the workers who cultivate and harvest fruits and vegetables. Consequently, this report recommends fundamental changes in Florida's system of enforcing pesticide protections for farmworkers.

Pesticide Safety Education for Farmworkers:

Bringing Pesticide Right-to-Know Information to Farmworkers (presentation)

Giving a Voice to Indigenous Farmworkers in Oregon (FJ News Spring 2009, page 10)


Messages from Monitoring: Farm Workers, Pesticides and the Need for Reform (discussion paper)

      Noticias del Programa de Monitoreo: Los Trabajadores Agrícolas, Los Pesticidas, y La Reforma Que Tanto Necesitamos (discussion paper)

More Messages from Monitoring: Year 2 of Washington State's Farm Worker Medical Tracking Program (discussion paper)

Más Información del Programa de Monitoreo: El segundo año del Programa del Estado de Washington para el Monitoreo Médico de los Trabajadores Agrícolas (discussion paper)

Reproductive Health and Pesticide Exposure:

Reproductive Health Effects of Pesticide Exposure (discussion paper)

Reproductive Health Effects of Pesticide Exposure: Issues for Farmworker Health Providers (PPS)

Workers' Compensation Resources and Publications

Health and Safety Training Materials

After receiving training using the curriculum, Pesticide Hazards, Field Sanitation, and Heat Stress for Farmworkers: A Training Curriculum for Lay Health Educators, lay health educators can use this flip chart as a guide for their presentations to farmworkers. Lay health educators can also practice using the flip chart during the training session.

Special Instructions for use of flipchart

-Print the pages on both sides of the paper

- This flip chart is designed to be held on the presenter's forearm.  Make sure that the odd numbered pages are facing the audience which will allow the speaker to read the text prompts that are on the opposite pages.  For example, while displaying page 3 to the workers,  text prompts are displayed  on page 2, which faces the speaker. 

► Flip Chart: How Can We Protect Ourselves and Our Families from the Dangers in the Fields?

► Rotafolio: ¿ Cómo Podemos Protegernos y Nuestras Familias de los Peligros en el Campo?