The Valley Fever Awareness for All Industries course from OSHA Education School is designed to provide introductory-level knowledge of Valley Fever, or coccidioidomycosis, an infection caused by breathing in a fungus that lives in the soil. Most commonly affecting those in construction or related activities in the southwestern U.S., Valley Fever training is required by California Assembly Bill 203 (2019-2020).
Throughout this training, participants will receive basic occupational safety and health considerations regarding Valley Fever, including hazard recognition, control strategies, standards, and best practices.
OSHA Education School’s Valley Fever Awareness for All Industries training is designed to provide all workers with essential knowledge regarding Valley Fever and how to mitigate and prevent exposure. Specific course topics include the following:
Occupational safety and health principles and techniques as they relate to Valley Fever
General regulator standards
Best management practices
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