Workplace resources for Coronavirus

Coronavirus is bringing many new and uncertain workplace challenges for all industries.  We've provided a list of resources to support organizations to help keep your workforce safe, healthy and well, in addition to resources for business continuity during coronavirus times of uncertainly. Stay well, wash your hands, stay home if you are sick, physical distance and reach out to a colleague, friend, family or neighbor in this critical time. 

Total Worker Health® is now more important than ever as we continue to work together to protect the safety, health and well-being of our workers, our communities, our families and ourselves.


This collection of meetings tools can help your workplace enhance safety, health and well-being in the workplace.


Our new podcast series highlights how work and home life can impact overall safety, health and well-being


Weekly updates on news, events and information you can use to enhance safety and health in your organization.


Proven Total Worker Health®  toolkits that are ready for you to implement with your teams.


We collaborate with various institutions on workplace safety, health and well-being intervention research 


From live symposia to online webinars and podcasts, you can get the information you need to advance your skills. 


Not sure where to start? We’re ready to help you find the tools and programs to fit your unique needs.


We aim to create sustainable partnerships and are looking to expand our reach to include new industry partners.


Looking to make your case for safety, health & well-being in your workplace? Check out these compelling statistics.

We are the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center (OHWC),

one of six national Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health® funded by CDC's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Learn more about us at our Oregon Healthy Workforce Center website. OHWC is improving the health, safety and well-being of workers through effectiveness research, collaboration with partner organizations and dissemination of evidence-based programs.


We are the researchers of Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences at OHSU with a passion for the safety, health, and well-being of all workers. Our mission is to improve the lives of workers through biomedical and occupational research. In addition, our institute promotes health and prevent disease and disability among working Oregonians and their families during their employment years and through retirement by engaging in outreach and education.

Who We Are

YourWorkpath Program: Total Worker Health toolkits 

We are looking for organizations in different industries in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska and beyond to try our evidence-based safety, health, and well-being toolkits. Your organization will have the opportunity to gain access to a Total Worker Health® toolkit for up to one-year, with additional incentives. The only cost associated is printing of workbooks and/or activity worksheets for your organization. Programs can be implemented virtually or in-person. Interested in learning more: Follow the learn more link below, schedule to join our monthly drop-in information session (last Tuesday of the month from 9 to 10AM PT, or schedule a one-on-one meeting to take a deeper dive into our program and resources.

Workplaces that establish safety and health programs can reduce injury and illness by 20 - 40%


Have questions? We're here to help.​

Contact us for more information and guidance on how we can help your organization be safe, healthy and well.