Congratulations to Dr. Nicole Bowles

We congratulate Nicole Bowles, Ph.D., on her recent promotion to research assistant professor. In her time at Occupational Health Sciences, Nicole has been an important research connection for our...

OccHealthSci welcomes Dr. Emily Huang

The Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences warmly welcomes our newest faculty member, Dr. Emily (Yueng-hsiang) Huang. Dr. Huang received her Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational...

Total Worker Health podcast episode

Developed by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Total Worker Health® is a holistic approach to worker well-being. The foundation of Total Worker Health (TWH) is to...

GOSH 2019 heading our way!

I’ve said it before (and I'll say it again), but the Oregon Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health Conference is one of my favorite safety events. This largest safety conference in the Pacific...

Hierarchy of Controls and Total Worker Health

If you happen to join us for a presentation or discussion about Total Worker Health, you'll most likely hear us mention the Hierarchy of Controls. Safety and Health Professionals are well-versed...

Emergency preparedness webinars

With the start of the new year comes new goals and planning. Perhaps your planning includes developing strategies, resources or an action plan for emergency preparedness within your workplace or at...

Connecting

As we kick off 2019, we encourage you to follow our news throughout the year. We rely on a number of different strategies to help you stay updated on what is happening here at Occupational Health...

Happy holidays!

All of us at the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences and the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center wish you safe and peace-filled holidays. We look forward to connecting with you in...

2019 Summer Intern applications open

We have opened our applications for the Occupational Health Sciences' 2019 Summer Student Research Awards. The deadline to apply is February 15, 2019. Occupational Health Sciences' Summer Student...

The Active Workplace Study

Join the Active Workplace Study

The number of sedentary jobs in the U.S. has increased steadily since the 1960s. There are currently over 30 million sedentary workers in the U.S. As the number of sedentary jobs in the U.S....