Calling all Wellness “Favorite Tools!”

Perhaps by now you’ve gotten word on the 2013 Oregon Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health Conference. Maybe you’ve attended before and already have it on your calendar for March 4-7, 2013. If not, make sure to visit the GOSH website, and review the enormous program containing over 150 technical sessions. You’re sure to see why this event is touted as the largest event of its kind in the Northwest. And when you do attend, make sure you stop by and see exhibitors like CROET, the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center, Let’s Get Healthy!, and O[yes] in the exhibit hall on Tues., March 5-Wed, March 6.

What about wellness? We are looking for presenters to share their favorite wellness tools during the full day GOSH course Excellence in Worksite Wellness: Taking Your Program to the Next Level (session 706), on Thursday, March 7. The goal of the Favorite Tools part of the day is to share something that you have used or seen that you think the participants would be excited to learn about. The idea is similar to a program SAIF Corporation has sponsored internally called Cool Tools. So, do you have a favorite wellness tool? Perhaps an app or a website or product that has been particularly useful within your work team? If so, we would love to hear about it! To learn more or propose a tool, please contact Jim Nusser.

And by all means – whatever your interests in workplace safety, health and wellness – plan to attend the 2013 GOSH!

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Dede supports the Oregon Institute for Occupational Health Sciences (formerly CROET) and the Oregon Healthy WorkForce Center's research, engagement and education programs. She is a certified industrial hygienist.

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