Practicing diversity and inclusion

I met a new friend while grocery shopping the other day: she was on a knee scooter while I was newly “graduated” to one crutch. I struck up a conversation, sharing with her that there was hope in...

O[yes] 2017 video contest: win a cash prize!

Another year, another contest:  the annual “Speak up. Work safe.” video contest is now open for submissions. The top three entries will take home cash prizes ranging from $300 to $500, and...

Happy Halloween at APHA!

If you happen to be attending this week's American Public Health Association meeting in Denver, stop by and see us! While we don't promise chocolate, we're happy to share research, resources and...

Oregon Military Employee Sleep and Health (MESH) Study

Dr. Leslie Hammer has recently been awarded a Department of Defense grant to develop and deliver a Total Worker Health® (TWH) intervention to improve the safety, health, and well-being of service...

NOHC short course focuses on sleep and shiftwork

The 2016 Northwest Occupational Health Conference (NOHC) short course on "Health and Safety in the 24/7 Economy" drew industrial hygienists from around the region today at the Sheraton Portland...

Hello research, meet practice

Have you ever thought that science and practice don’t talk enough? As we develop and disseminate our evidence-based Total Worker Health interventions at the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center, it’s...

Oregon Healthy Workforce Center Partners’ Luncheon

The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center (OHWC) held it's Partners' Luncheon on Monday to thank our research and outreach partners from the first cycle (2011-2016) and our new partners for the 2016-2021...

2014 OR-FACE Annual Report published

The Oregon Fatality Assessment & Control Evaluation (OR-FACE) published Occupational Fatalities in Oregon Annual Report 2014. OR-FACE annual reports include analysis of the incidents with charts...

“A Day’s Work” to show at NOHC in Portland

This year's Joint Session of the Northwest Occupational Health Conference will include a special showing of A Day's Work, followed by a panel discussion. This tragic documentary reminds us just...