Newsletter Photos August 16, 2012
President Truman with Secretary of Labor Maurice Tobin sign the Fair Labor Standards Act amendments in 1949. (from the President Truman library website)
The community agencies in Charlotte, N.C., join hand-in-hand for our VETS and Youth.
ETA employees (left to right) Amy Chen, Ken Lemberg, Julie Balster, Alisa Tanaka-Dodge and Daniel Hays helped pack donated supplies in backpacks for underprivileged area youth.
Aspiring physicians get schooled at MSHA's mine academy on the needs of rural patients.
Spanish-speaking OSHA officials, from the San Antonio and Austin area offices, came together to inform non-English speaking workers about workplace safety and the dangers of working in the heat during an Aug. 8 phone bank event at Univision 45, San Antonio. (From left to right): Raul Carrillo, OSHA's San Antonio area office, Compliance Assistance Specialist; Joe Carvajal, San Antonio area office, Compliance Safety and Health Officer; Bill Bridges, San Antonio area office, CSHO; Monica Munoz, OSHA's Austin area office, CSHO; Gloria Gover, San Antonio area office, CSHO; Juan Padron, Austin area office, CSHO.
The OSHA team with Ms. Amparo Ortiz (center front), Univision community affairs director in San Antonio. Ortiz worked with OSHA in coordinating the event. (Left to Right): Gloria Gover, OSHA's San Antonio area office, CSHO; Juan Padron, Austin area office, CSHO; Raul Carrillo, Compliance Assistance Specialist and Joe Carvajal, Compliance Safety and Health Officer.
Maximo Corcino, the consulate general of the Dominican Republic and Maria Rosado, district director of the New York City District for the Wage and Hour Division signed an agreement establishing an understanding to protect the rights of migrant workers on Aug. 13.
Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employement and Training Jane Oates talked to people of the city of Minneapolis and Ramsey County Workforce Solutions about how they are using Recovery Act funding to create training pathways and support networks for high-quality, living wage jobs.
(left to right) Job Corps' Matt Johnson, Matt Moody and Alex Dwyer.