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WISHA 10 For Agriculture Certification

WISHA 10 worker training certification

man wearing a ball cap picking cherries in an orchard

WISHA 10 for Agriculture certified trainers will offer a 10-hour training class for agriculture workers to help increase workers' knowledge of safety and health in agriculture jobs, as well as to promote a culture of safety and health through peer training. 

These classes will be taught over 2 consecutive days in English or Spanish and are suitable for entry-level workers.

There is no cost to attend this class, and training is intended and expected to be participatory.

WISHA 10 for Agriculture Workers training schedule

Note: All of these classes will be presented in Spanish

Course

Date and Time

Location

Registration

WISHA 10 for Agriculture Workers (presented in Spanish)

Jan. 30-31, 2019
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Okanogan County PUD building
1331 2nd Ave. N.
Okanogan, WA 98840

Registration is now open!
Deadline for registration is January 25, 2019.

WISHA 10 for Agriculture Workers

May 14-15, 2019
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WorkSource Northwest
2005 E College Way
Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Registration is now open!
Deadline for registration is May 1, 2019.

To register for this training, fill out the application form (F417-263-000) (Also available in Spanish (F417-263-999 - 83 KB PDF)).

Successful participants will receive a WISHA 10 for Agriculture Certification Card and Certificate of Completion.

Class participants will learn to avoid the "Top 5" agriculture hazards of

  • being struck by machinery or an object,
  • falls from heights,
  • caught in or between moving objects,
  • pesticide exposure, and
  • improper use or lack of personal protective equipment (PPE).


Class participants will receive instruction on

  • workplace hazards;
  • employee/employer responsibilities;
  • how to file a complaint; and
  • how to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job-related hazards.

Would you like to apply?

For additional details about this worker training, see the advertising flyer (F416-147-000) (also available in Spanish (F416-147-999)).

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