Construction Spanish Dictionary Ingles y Español
What if there was a way to help bridge the gap between English and Spanish speaking construction workers?
The Construction Spanish Dictionary is a pocket- sized tool that contains the basic English-to-Spanish and Spanish-to-English vocabulary for commonly used words and phrases in the construction and mining industries.
According to the Pew Hispanic Center’s Latino Labor Report, the employment of foreign-born Hispanics in construction increased by over 914,000 workers between the years of 2003 and 2006.1
In 2005, the National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries recorded a fatality rate of 11 workers per 100,000 employed (1,186 overall) for the construction industry.2 Unfortunately, Hispanic workers suffer a disproportionate share of those fatalities. While Hispanics represent approximately 15% of the construction work force, they account for 26.5% of industry fatalities.3
More than just terms or phrases, managers need a resource for understanding the basics of the language their Hispanic workers use – a tool that lets them communicate the tasks, issues and questions that occur on a jobsite.
The Construction Spanish Dictionary is an important tool for English-speaking construction personnel working with individuals who predominantly speak Spanish. It enhances learning and work performance by providing a bridge to the language barrier in on-the-job communications.
Published by Investment Group Services, Ltd., this pocket-sized reference guide contains up-to-date translations of construction words and phrases in English-to-Spanish and Spanish-to-English. There are over 1,000 construction terms and 70 commonly used on-the-job phrases including phonetic pronunciation, a tools section, commonly used sentences and conversion tables.
Provides a portable method for understanding the basics of Spanish construction terminology including English-to-Spanish and Spanish-to- English glossaries
Offers terms and phrases specific to construction tasks, issues, schedules and dialogue for many on-the-job situations
Presents information in a logical manner that makes it quick and simple to find what users require
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To obtain your complimentary copy of the Construction Spanish Dictionary please contact your risk engineering account coordinator or call 1-800-982-5964.
Source: 1 Pew Hispanic Center, Latino Labor Report of 2006 2 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 3 U.S. Census Surveys; Department of Labor, Directorate of Construction
Additional copies may be purchased at a discount by contacting the Construction Communication Corporation at 1-970-568-3184.