The Resources webpages provide a wealth of useful information associated with hazardous waste worker training and education categorized by topic and source.
Toxic Wastes and Race at Twenty 1987-2007: Grassroots Struggles to Dismantle Environmental
Racism in the United States(http://tools.niehs.nih.gov/wetp/public/hasl_g et_blob.cfm?ID=5009) (366 KB) The Toxic Wastes and Race at Twenty report is designed to facilitate renewed grassroots organizing and provide a catalyst for local, regional, and national environmental justice public forums, discussion groups, and policy changes in 2007 and beyond.
It includes the first national-level study to employ 2000 Census data and distance-based methods to a current database of commercial hazardous waste facilities to assess the extent of racial and socioeconomic disparities in facility locations in the U.S. Disparities are examined by region and state, and separate analyses are conducted for metropolitan areas, where most hazardous waste facilities are located. The report is prepared for the United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministries.