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Spanish Training & Education Materials

The following Working Partners Materials have been translated in to Spanish. Materials may be downloaded and printed by clicking on the appropriate links or ordered by e-mailing Working Partners. (When ordering, please specify whether you want English or Spanish).

Presentation Materials:

Supervisor Training
First-Line Fact Sheet
One-page fact sheet to help supervisors, managers and foremen understand their role in preventing worker substance abuse and their role in enforcing their company’s drug-free workplace policy.

Employee Education
Fast Facts Spanish
Pocket card for workers that discusses the importance of working drug-free and provides sources of help for those who may be struggling to do so. Information is presented in English on one side and Spanish on the other.

Posters:

 

"12 Faces” Poster

States "Working Drug-Free Works” and features 12 photos of individuals in a variety of working environments. Available in both English and Spanish. May be downloaded and printed by clicking on the thumbnails to the right or ordered by e-mailing Working Partners. (When ordering, please specify whether you want English or Spanish).

 

Working Drug-Free Works poster in Spanish

States "Working Drug-Free Works” and features four photos of individuals in the mining and construction industries. Available in both English and Spanish. May be downloaded and printed by clicking on the thumbnails to the right or ordered by e-mailing Working Partners. (When ordering, please specify whether you want English or Spanish).

 

Working Drug-Free Works poster in Spanish

Spanish Resources at the U.S. Department of Labor
The Department of Labor (DOL) is strongly committed to the well-being of the Hispanic American workforce. You can access a list that highlights some of the Department's Spanish resources. This list is intended for English-speaking audiences who are looking for information in Spanish about DOL missions to share with the Hispanic community.