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Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Programs

Accident prevention is good business. It reduces direct business costs, such as workers’ compensation, and improves employee morale, productivity and quality. As public awareness and government standards for business and industry have become more stringent, occupational health and safety issues have moved into the limelight. Progressive business leaders are paying close attention to workplace safety issues. By stressing prevention over treatment, these issues have reduced costs and increased productivity.

SPD is a leader in occupational health and safety training in the business community in Suffolk County and a prime resource for education in the workplace on a full-range of health and safety topics. There are many additional safety topics offered for the corporate community.

To discuss on-site training opportunities email Amy.Margolies@stonybrook.edu.


Union Members

The New York State & CSEA Partnership (formerly CSEA's Labor Education Action Program LEAP) offers members opportunities to advance both personally and professionally. In 1991, LEAP expanded its program to include non-credit courses. Most job-related courses at the provider's institutions are available. For more information and to obtain a form contact Amy Margolies at 631.632.7022.


Workplace English for Spanish Speakers

Conversational Workplace English for Spanish Speakers
NCE 1000 • 6 sessions • Fee: $699
This foundational workplace English conversation course is specific to Spanish speakers who want to improve their ability to communicate with colleagues, supervisors, and customers in the workplace. Over the life of the course we will explore job-specific vocabulary and language patterns. Class activities will focus on using real-world conversational communications for a positive workplace environment. This introductory class is a “must” for anyone interested in learning the basics of conversational workplace English. Students must fill out a pre-class questionnaire at time of registration. Class size is limited.
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