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Latino day laborers (LDL) experience a disproportionately high rate of on-the-job injuries and fatalities compared with other workers in the US. The aims of this study were:
1) to identify intervention priorities using a corner-based survey to assess occupational and psychosocial risk associated with LDL risk for injury;
2) design a culturally responsive and context appropriate safety intervention program to address psychosocial risks that lead to injury;
3) pilot a corner-level intervention and evaluate the safety program's feasibility and acceptability among LDL.
The pilot intervention program called VALES+TU (You are worth more) was a corner-level intervention delivered by LDL promotores using individual (small media materials and Motivational Interviewing) and group (interpersonal communication and group problem solving) strategies to engage, motivate, and empower LDL to develop a safety plan based on their personal risk reduction priorities. A total of 25 participants were enrolled in each of three study conditions for a total of 75 LDL enrolled in the pilot intervention program.