While the number of virtual online learning opportunities have expanded tremendously during the past two years, many of us are also eager to again attend events and courses in person. A wide assortment of free and low-cost in-person and virtual continuing education opportunities are readily available this spring and early summer. We thought it might be helpful to summarize some of the offerings that may be of interest to both workplace professionals and researchers.
April 20, 2022 10 AM Pacific Time (today!). If you miss it look for the recording along with other previously recorded webinars. Zoom. No cost.
Offered by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), this webinar is presented by Dr. Emily Huang of OccHealthSci/Oregon Healthy Workforce Center and Liz Hill, MPH, CSP, CIH, SAIF.
Offered by OEA Choice Trust for education staff, teachers and those who support education and provided by Dr. Jen Clifden. No cost. Also visit OEA Choice website for additional health and wellness resources especially for those in education.
April 27, 2022 from 3:15 – 4:45 pm online. No cost.
This annual conference provides technical education on occupational safety and health as provided by Region 10 Voluntary Protection Program, Oregon OSHA and others. (TWH 101 will be taught at this conference.) Vendors and exhibitors will also be in attendance, including OccHealthSci and OHWC.
May 10-12, 2022 full days live in Boise, Idaho. $150-$350.
Precarious Work: Health & Economic Threats
A virtual conference focused on the risks associated with emerging working conditions sponsored by California Labor Laboratory.
May 17-18, 2022 from 9 AM -2:30 PM Pacific Time. $25 ($95 for CEUs)
OH&S Industrial Hygiene Virtual Summit
Moderated by OH&S Editor Sydny Shepard and Content Editor Alex Saurman, the keynote session on Total Worker Health will be presented by OccHealthSci/Oregon Healthy Workforce Center’s Dede Montgomery, MS, CIH.
May 19, 2022 12:00 – 4:00 pm ET (or 9 AM – 1 PM Pacific Time). Virtual. No cost.
Spring Symposium: From the Great Resignation to the Great Reconfiguration – Connecting Research and Practice
Provided by OccHealthSci and the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center, this full-day event will address how organizations can attract and retain employees. Targeted audience includes workplace and labor representatives, safety, health, wellbeing and human resource professionals, and researchers.
June 3, 2022. Virtual via WebEx. $20.
This annual conference provides technical education on occupational safety and health as provided by Oregon OSHA and others. Vendors and exhibitors will also be in attendance, including OccHealthSci and OHWC.
June 6-7, 2022 full days live in Pendleton, OR. $40-100.