CALIFORNIA FARM LABOR CONTRACTOR ASSOCIATION

"Providing Jobs That Feed The World"

Free COVID-19 Training Programs

Provided free of cost to the agricultural community thanks to funding from:

As cases and hospitalizations continue to increase and Cal/OSHA ramps up enforcement, ensure your workers and business are operating safely and efficiently with free customized COVID-19 safety trainings in English or Spanish and offered online or in-person.

Save time and book additional onsite field trainings together!

Click here for information on available services.

Supervisor Roles & Responsibilities: COVID-19 Prevention & Safety Management

Available online or onsite, in English or Spanish

Cal/OSHA requires all employers have an Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) along with a COVID-19 Prevention Program. Employers rely on front-line supervisors, mayordomos, and crew leaders to effectively implement these programs and help prevent injuries, illnesses, and COVID-19 exposures. This program helps supervisors better understand why these programs are so important, and how their roles are critical to company safety and COVID-19 prevention. Attendees will learn:

  • The fundamentals of applicable regulations 
  • How to identify and correct hazards
  • COVID-19 prevention strategies and procedures
  • How to respond to injuries and COVID-19 exposures
  • How to conduct effective tailgate meetings
  • Tips for positive communication with workers
  • Essentials of COVID-19 testing and vaccinations


Currently Scheduled Online Trainings

March 22 at 8:15-11:00am (English)  Register here

March 23 at 8:15-11:00am (Spanish)  Register here

Or contact Lupe Sandoval at 916-505-0946 or Lupe@CalFLCA.org to schedule an onsite training (requires a minimum of 10 participants -can combine local operations to meet minimum- and must comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines including physical distancing, proper airflow/ventilation- preferably outdoors, masks, etc.)

COVID-19 Safety for Farmworkers

Available onsite only, in English or Spanish

A safe and healthy work environment starts with a foundation of every worker understanding risks and how to mitigate them. Make sure your workforce is properly educated on the hazards COVID-19 presents and how to protect themselves, their coworkers, and their families. Schedule a training for your staff to understand:

  • The basics of COVID-19 (transmission, symptoms, etc.)
  • Best practices to prevent transmission at home and the workplace
  • Rights and responsibilities of staff
  • How to communicate concerns with supervisors, HR, etc.
  • Vaccination update


Or contact Lupe Sandoval at 916-505-0946 or Lupe@CalFLCA.org to schedule a free onsite training (requires a minimum of 10 participants - can combine local operations to meet minimum- and must comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines including physical distancing, proper airflow/ventilation- preferably outdoors, masks, etc.)

Employer & Safety Officer COVID-19 Prevention

Available online or onsite

Cal/OSHA requires all employers have an Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) along with a COVID-19 Prevention Program but what does this all mean practically speaking? Get a straightforward explanation of what is required and recommended for ag employers and get a better understanding of:

  • Cal/OSHA COVID-19 regulation compliance requirements
  • How to develop and implement a COVID-19 Prevention Program
  • Responsibilities of employers and other parties
  • Best practices to prevent transmission
  • Transportation/housing considerations
  • Implementing screening, testing, and vaccination
  • Available resources


Currently Scheduled Online Trainings

March 2 at 9:15-11:30am (English)  Full, waitlist here

March 30 at 9:15-11:30am (English)  Register here

Or contact Lupe Sandoval at 916-505-0946 or Lupe@CalFLCA.org to schedule an onsite training (requires a minimum of 10 participants - can combine local operations to meet minimum- and must comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines including physical distancing, proper airflow/ventilation- preferably outdoors, masks, etc.)


Multiple online attendees can participate via a single connection.

We recommend connecting to a larger monitor, TV, or projector.

Click here for tips to connect a computer to a TV or projector.



Save time and book additional onsite field trainings together!

Click here for information on available services.


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