HR Strange But True!
September 16, 2005

To help educate Spanish-speaking workers on safety, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has enlisted the help of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) wrestler Rey Mysterio.

Mysterio appears in a 60-second Spanish-language video, performing his trademark high-flying maneuvers and then discussing the importance of working safely. According to an OSHA news release, he explains that a safe work place is everyone's right and urges viewers to call OSHA's toll-free hotline (1-800-321-OSHA) if they are injured on the job, or if they would like to receive general safety and health information.

Mysterio is a six-time WWE cruiserweight champion known for wearing a traditional Mexican wrestling mask.

The public service announcement, developed by OSHA's New York Region and the WWE, can be downloaded at the OSHA website.


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