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.
ASSP Total Worker Health Resources and Tools
These resources and tools explain the Total Worker Health approach and provide guidance on using this next-generation approach to worker well-being.
Healthy Work Campaign: Healthy Work Survey for Individuals
We recommend individuals use the StressAssess – personal edition, a survey designed by experts in Canada to assess sources of stress at work (work stressors). When you complete this survey, StressAssess will provide you with a free, online report suggesting solutions based on the specific challenges and stressors you face at work.
Source: Healthy Work Campaign
Health Risk Calculator - Center for Health, Work & Environment
Prioritizing worker health, safety, and well-being is good for employees and their employers. Our research has found that when employees' health improves, workers' compensation costs go down. Find out how much your organization could save by investing in worker health and safety.
Guarding Minds at Work: A Workplace Guide to Psychological Health and Safety
At the heart of Guarding Minds at Work is a survey tool and summary reports that compare your results against a 2016 nationally representative sample of workers in industries and geographical regions across Canada.
CDC Workplace Health Resource Center
The CDC Workplace Health Resource Center (WHRC) is a one-stop shop that gives employers resources to create a healthy work environment. It has credible tools and step-by-step resources employers can use to tailor a health promotion program to their unique workplace needs.
Total Workplace Safety and Health (portal)
Total Workplace Safety and Health (Total WSH) is an integrated approach to managing safety, health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Source: WHS Council
Total Worker Health in Practice: Tools and Toolkits
The NIOSH-funded Oregon Healthy Workforce Center offers research-informed resources—Tools and Toolkits— intended to make positive changes in an organization.
Fundamentals of Total Worker Health ® Approaches: Essential Elements for Advancing Worker Safety, Health, and Well-Being
The Essential Elements document identified 20 guiding principles for organizations seeking to develop integrated and comprehensive work-based safety and health solutions.
Integrating Health and Safety in the Workplace: Executive Summary
This (summarized) white paper offers a standardized definition and set of components that should be considered a part of integrated health and safety programming.