WISHA 10 For Agriculture

WISHA 10 worker training

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, presented in Spanish


Date and Time



WISHA 10 for Agriculture Workers (presented in Spanish)

Jan. 11 – 12, 2018

 Northwest Communities Education Center
121 Sunnyside Ave
Granger WA


WISHA 10 for Agriculture Workers (presented in Spanish)

Feb. 20 – 21, 2018
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 Northwest Communities Education Center
121 Sunnyside Ave
Granger WA

Registration is now open!
Deadline for registration is Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

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.

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

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

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