I am a bilingual safety professional with over 18 years of experience working with and training Hispanic co-workers in 49 states on: OSHA compliance, safe work practices, The Hazard Communication "Right-to-Know" Standard, OSHA 10-hour and OSHA 30-hour Training Courses, First Aid and CPR, defensive driving, DOT driver regulations, fire prevention, respiratory protection, personal protective equipment, forklift operation, asbestos abatement, fall protection, electrical safety and New Hire Orientation in Spanish using multi-media presentations.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
Regional Safety Inspector is my most recent title. My ideal job title would be Environmental Health and Safety Director.
what languages do you speak?
Spanish and English. Some French, German, Polish and Swedish.
what countries have you lived in?
The United States.
what's your Hispanic connection?
I was fluent in French in grade school, and I began learning Spanish from friends, classmates and neighbors during high school. After I graduated, my career path allowed me the opportunity to work with Spanish speaking employees and I was often promoted for my ability to help my non-English speaking associates learn and perform in the workplace. Over the years, I am proud that I have helped members of the Hispanic community obtain jobs, earn a better living and earn promotions in a safe work environment.
where did you learn about nshp.org?
Metro Chicago Jobs .com - Chicago Bilingual Profession Job Fair web site
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