EPA’s Revised Worker Protection Standard

September 12, 2019 posted by

Each year more than two million U.S.
farm workers help provide the food on America’s dinner tables and each year
thousands of farm workers are over exposed to pesticides on the job. Over
exposure to pesticides can make people sick leading to missed days of work and
school, lost wages and medical bills for farm workers and their families. That’s
why EPA is revising the Worker Protection Standard. Because farm workers
deserve the same protection from hazards as workers in other professions have had
for decades. The updated Worker Protection Standard
will improve training, access to information and safety measures to
protect the farm workers we all depend on for healthy food on our tables. Let’s
give farm workers the protections they deserve.


2 Replies to “EPA’s Revised Worker Protection Standard”

  1. james rust says:

    EPA is attempting to regulate all activities engaged by humans.  There is a cost for these activities–waste of time for businesses and waste of tax dollars employing folks to implement programs.Demand EPA shut itself down and stop bankrupting the country.

  2. TR Farmer says:

    OK Lets Say GMO safe So Want in Food Not Safe? All Are on List Type&Amounts ,Vitamins,Minerals,Sugar,Fats,on,on!Why Not List The SO CALLED SAFE GMO Too?Are They Trying To Hide Something? what about Freedom of Choice? If One Gets Cancer How Can One Rule OUT GMO NOT Listed By Type & Amounts ? Allergies how Does One Rule Out GMO If Not Listed? HOW DO YOU RUN TEST TO EXCLUDE GMO?& is it not better for the Land , Economy For Small Eco Friendly organic Family Farming To Flourish More So Than Big AG & Questionable GMO ,Now Global Warming Science Has 97% of All Science Behind It & Third Party Blind Peer Reviews Its Real Not Like One Side FDA GMO Science That Is Banned In Over 60 Countries All Over The World ! Vandana Shiva PhD Has A Lot Of Info On The Bad GMO Science . Just Saying More Flicks But Lets See Small American Sustainable Farms Please !

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