Prevention Programs & Resources
Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences Featured Resources provide the latest information on workplace safety, health and well-being. Additional information can be filtered by topic in the supporting navigation to the left of the article content.
NIOSH Science Blog: Exploring Individual and Organizational Stress-reducing Interventions across Industries
This Blog summarizes stress interventions delivered in the workplace and that were presented at the 2nd International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health® in 2018.
Healthy Work Campaign
Healthy work minimizes harmful work stressors (sources of stress at work) that take a toll on the health and productivity of working people. This website offers resources supporting the creation and support of healthy work.
Source: Healthy Work Campaign
Fostering Healthy, Resilient Schools to Address Chronic Stress: A White Paper from OEA Choice Trust
This white paper by OEA Choice Trust examines the chronic stress and low morale that have become so pervasive in today’s school communities – its causes and the toll it has on all involved. It also explores the power and potential of resiliency and the key role it can play in reducing stress and improving outcomes across an entire school system.
Source: OEA Choice
Workplace Flexibility Leads to Employees With Healthier Lifestyle Habits
This feature article which cites research by Joseph G. Grzywacz, Ph.D., appears in the Dec. 16 issue of Occupational Health and Safety.
Psychological Health - Studies and Research Programs: Strategic approach to preventing occupational stress
This research by IRSST had two objectives: 1) Assisting organisations in order to document the development and implementation process of interventions to prevent work-related stress; 2) Evaluating the effectiveness of stress intervention.
Reducing Occupational Stress – An Introductory Guide for Managers, Supervisors and Union Members
This Guide was presented at the Work Stress and Health '95 Conference. September 1995, Washington D.C. and is provided by the Job Stress Network and the Center for Social Epidemiology.
Source: Job Stress Network
Safety Reps Guide to the HSE Stress Management Standards
This guide is to help union safety reps encourage their employer to work with them to implement the HSE standards on managing stress at work