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DoL Announces $11.7M in Grants to Fund Workplace Safety and Health Hazard Training

June 17, 2022

The U.S. Department of Labor has announced an $11.7-million funding opportunity for Susan Harwood Training Grants to support the delivery of training and education to help workers and employers identify and prevent workplace safety and health hazards.  Administered by OSHA, the grants will target disadvantaged, underserved, low-income, and other hard-to-reach at-risk workers and employers. The grants are available to non-profit organizations, including community-based, faith-based, grassroots organizations, employer associations, labor unions, joint labor/management associations, Indian tribes, and public/state colleges and universities.

Applicants may apply in the following categories:

• Targeted Topic Training: Support educational programs that identify and prevent workplace hazards and require applicants to conduct training on OSHA-designated workplace safety and health hazards.

• Training and Educational Materials Development: Support the development of quality classroom-ready training and educational materials that identify and prevent workplace hazards.

• Capacity Building: Allow organizations to develop a new training program to assess needs and formulate a plan for moving forward to a full-scale safety and health education program, expanding their capacity to provide occupational safety and health training, education, and related assistance to workers and employers.

The grants honor the legacy and work of Dr. Susan Harwood who, during in her 17 yr. with OSHA, developed workplace safety guidelines for benzene, formaldehyde, bloodborne pathogens and lead in the construction industry.

Submit applications by Aug. 1, 2022. 


See also: OSHA Publications Office

Technologies: Safety


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