This UCLA-LOSH video highlights the coalition that joined forces after the Chevron Richmond refinery fire to protect workers and communities. The efforts of labor, community, environmental justice and health activists ultimately led to a stronger Cal/OSHA Process Safety Management standard.

Take a look at our short video, click here.

LOSH trains more than 2,000 workers every year. Our training caters to the specific industry, language and adult learning needs of a variety of workers who are typically low wage immigrants and/or workers in the under-served or high-risk occupations.

Take a look at our short video, click here.

Apply to be a UCLA-LOSH HazMat Trainer/Coordinator today!

LOSH is currently seeking a HazMat Trainer/Coordinator to oversee our worker training initiatives related to hazardous materials handling, hazardous waste cleanup, and emergency response. The individual is responsible for coordinating LOSH’s program of quality courses that meet the needs of workers covered by OSHA’s Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) standard and related state and federal standards.

Click here to learn more or to submit an application.

This page highlights a growing list of resources – reprinted from our partners at the Labor Occupational Health Program (LOHP) at UC Berkeley. We will add resources as they become available.

Esta es una lista en desarrollo de recursos, tomada de nuestros colegas del Programa de Salud Laboral (LOHP) de UC Berkeley. Añadiremos más recursos a medida que estén disponibles.

A Leader in Workplace Health & Safety

LOSH works with the most vulnerable workers to promote health and safety in the workplace. We train and educate workers, conduct research and promote collaboration among government officials, employers, unions and the community to improve conditions that are unhealthy for all.