Emerging, Re-emerging and Long-standing Infectious Disease in Agricultural Workers and Cost-Effective Measures for Prevention

Last updated on January 12th, 2024 at 12:08 pm

Agricultural workers are exposed to infectious agents that can lead to illness, lost time away from work, and other economic stress. A long-term illness may also negatively affect the workers’ family and their employer. In this fast-paced session, learn about emerging, reemerging, and long-standing infectious disease health risks. From Aspergillus to zoonotic diseases, you will learn to recognize specific disease agents and hazards and implement easy, cost-effective ways to reduce and prevent exposure and transmission in the agricultural workplace.

Categories: COVID-19, Farmworkers, Personal Protective Equipment
Author: NFSHW23