WPS Training Flipchart

Training Materials
For Agricultural Employers
For Trainers of Workers
For Workers

Developed by the Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs in 2019, this is an EPA-approved multi-lingual flipchart used for training agricultural workers in 2019 and beyond. The EPA has approved this material for training agricultural workers on pesticide safety in accordance with the WPS (40 CR 170). The approval number is EPA Worker PST 00009. This laminated flipchart can be used indoors or outdoors in small groups.

The new flipchart may be printed for use on the farm and for non-commercial distribution.

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There are several languages available:

To ensure high quality, PERC vetted these translations with bilingual professionals with first-hand knowledge of agricultural terms and practices. Many thanks to our reviewers!

PERC is collaborating with the National Pesticide Safety Education Center (NPSEC) to promote the sale of printed flipcharts to help support pesticide safety education nationally.

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This publication was developed by the Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs under Cooperative Agreement No. 83597001 awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Translation was performed by EPA's Office of Civil Rights. Translation review and document layout provided by PERC, a cooperative agreement between the U.S. EPA, Office of Pesticide Programs and the University of California Davis Extension, in cooperation with Oregon State University (Cooperative Agreement No. X8-83616301).

Disclaimer on resource translations: All non-English versions of resources are translations of the original in English and are for informational purposes only. In case of a discrepancy, the English original will prevail.

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