Tompkins Workers’ Center Members Travel to Chicago for OSH Training

Three members of the Tompkins County Workers’ Center (Ed and Antonio Triana and Joe Lawrence) traveled to Chicago on April 24th to attend an Interfaith Worker Justice training on Occupational Safety and Health (a Train-the-Trainer). The Tompkins County Workers’ Center trains a total of 180 workers a year.  To learn more about the Workers’ Center’s Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) programs and/or to get trained in your OSH rights, please click here.

Class photo from Interfaith Worker Justice OSHA training held in Chicago. Worker centers from across the country were on hand, including Tompkins County’s, represented here by Ed Triana, Antonio Triana and Joe Lawrence. Participants will be training workers how to identify and correct workplace hazards.
Ed Triana, on the left; Maria Gutierrez (IWJ OSH Coordinator); and Antonio Triana in Chicago after successfully completing their Train-the-Trainer training.
Ed Triana (r) and his son Antonio of the Tompkins County Worker Center photographed here accepting their certificates from Maria Gutierrez of the Interfaith Worker Center. Gutierrez led the OSHA funded workplace safety training, held April 24 in Chicago.