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Know Your Rights: Stay Safe From COVID

Workers helping to rebuild after disasters have always worked in dangerous conditions, but in the time of COVID-19, recovery work can be even more dangerous. It's important to know how to keep yourself safe from COVID-19 and what steps your employer should take to keep people safe while on the job.

You have the right to be safe at work and protected from COVID-19. We put together this guide so you can stay safe at work and protect yourself from the coronavirus.


“Know Your Rights” & Other Helpful Information and Advice

Whether you work in construction, food delivery, transport, health, counseling or any other role in recovery, you need to be able to protect yourself and care for yourself. You deserve to feel confident about the work you’re doing, and feel safe.

This guide is for both immigrants and U.S.-born Resilience Workers. It provides important information about your legal rights, and information for dealing with employers, getting help if you are not treated fairly, securing housing and other helpful advice and resources.

A Handout About Resilience Force

What is Resilience Force? How can you talk to other people about it?

Looking for National Guestworker Alliance? Most of NGA’s work is now part of Resilience Force.

If you have a specific question about guestworkers,
email Daniel Castellanos,

Watch on netflix

Follow the story of Resilience Force in the new Netflix series Immigration Nation

episode 4: the new normal

Saket Soni, Resilience Force staff and resilience workers across Florida show how immigrant workers are on the front lines of climate disasters: making recovery possible and rebuilding America.