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Nov 25, 2019
Professional Safety: Oregon Organizations Collaborate to Move the Needle Toward Total Worker Health


In this article from the November 2019 issue of the American Society of Safety Professionals Professional Safety Journal, three members of the Oregon Total Worker Health Alliance provide an update on the work of the alliance, includ-ing development of a total worker health training curriculum designed for OSH, workers’ compensation, and human resources practitioners and professions.

Source: ASSP

Nov 25, 2019
Oregon Total Worker Health Alliance


The Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences (including the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center), Oregon OSHA and SAIF Corporation signed the first state-wide Alliance in 2017. Visit this site to learn more about the Alliance and current activities.

Source: OccHealthSci

Jan 16, 2017
Safety & Health Involvement For Truckers


SHIFT is conducting a research study of driver health and safety with funding from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.

Source: OHSU