The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center (OHWC), a NIOSH Center of Excellence in Total Worker Health® was established in 2011. OHWC is housed within the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences, a free-standing research institute at OHSU. Visit our about us page to learn more. Please contact us with any questions.
Visit our new website, YourWorkpath to access and download our workplace, safety, health and well-being toolkits and tools. YourWorkpath houses and delivers our robust tools and comprehensive toolkits, to lead and help employers find a path towards a healthier and safer workplace. Download our free and low-cost safety, health and well-being resources at YourWorkpath.com or read more about this new website in our featured blogpost.
We are excited to announce the launch of a new workplace safety, health and well-being podcast, "What's Work Got to Do With It?"
Thank you for attending our Spring 2019 Symposium on the topic, "Workplace aggression: Best practices to prevent, identify and safely mitigate aggressive behavior and violence". Our webinar recordings and handouts are now available on our Training and Symposia page.
The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center partnered and received feedback from a local construction group to refresh the Be Super toolkits user guide. Be Super’s new and improved toolkit user guide is now available at YourWorkpath.com.
- The Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences (where OHWC is housed), Oregon OSHA, and SAIF Corporation signed an alliance to join efforts to expand the knowledge and efforts of Total Worker Health® .
Featured blog posts
- SOHP features Active Workplace Study
- Welcome 2019 summer interns
- Occupational Health Nurses: An essential component of Total Worker Health
- Work and sleep: how are we doing?
- Parental Leave podcast
Visit and subscribe to our Oregon and the Workplace blog for more updates.
- Visit our new website, YourWorkpath.com to download Total Worker Health resources for safety, health, and well-being!
- What's work got to do with your health? Our Health Impacts Safety guides can tell you! Go ahead and use these easy-to-use, self-guided, and free tools at your safety huddles and wellness meetings.
- Looking for information on a specific work safety or health topic? Visit the OccHealthSci Resource Directory for curated information, tools, and related research on all things work-related.
- We're improving the health, safety, and well-being of workers through effectiveness research, collaboration with partner organizations, and dissemination of evidence-based programs. Learn more about our current and past projects.
Hurtado, D.A., Dumet, L.M., Greenspan, S.A., Rodriguez, Y.I., &Heinonen, G.A. (2018). Identifying safety peer leaders with Social Network Analysis. Occupational Health Science. doi.org/10.1007/s41542-018-0026-4
Hammer, L. B., Truxillo, D. M., Bodner, T. Pytlovany, A. C., & Richman, A. (in press). Exploration of the impact of organizational context on a workplace safety and health intervention. Work and Stress.
Anger, W.K., Kyler-Yano, J., Vaughn, K., Wipfli, B., Olson, R., Blanco, M. (2018). Total Worker Health® intervention for construction workers alters safety, health, well-being measures. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001290.
- Hammer, L. B., Wan, W. H., Brockwood, K. J., Bodner, T., & Mohr, C. D. (2018). Supervisor Support Training Effects on Veteran Health and Work Outcomes in the Civilian Workplace. Journal of Applied Psychology. Advance online publication. dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000354
- Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences, home of the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center.
- Portland State University, Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) Program
- Labor Education and Research Center (LERC) at the University of Oregon
- University of Washington, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences