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Meeting Guides

Health Impacts Safety meeting guides were developed to support organizations integrating workplace safety, health, and well-being.
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Health Impacts Safety are Total Worker Health® meeting guides on safety and health hazards. These guides are available to download for free. Each scripted guide takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes. Guides are intended to be used in a small to a medium group setting, such as a safety or health committee meeting, toolbox meeting, or other team meetings. Use in conjunction with OR-FACE Toolbox Talks for an integrated safety, health, and well-being approach.


We offer an English version (instruction, calendar, 12-month meeting guides), as well as a Spanish version (10 meeting guides).


Each download includes instructions and ideas on how to implement through “A Year of Impact.” We will offer and updated version of the cards starting August 2020.

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Be sure to return to for more on our comprehensive toolkits and individual tools. Our toolkits are continually going through improvements and changes to provide your organization with updated and relevant content. Our toolkits were last reviewed and updated on January, 2020.

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These guides were developed by Dede Montgomery, Fred Berman, Anjali Rameshbabu, and reviewed by Steven Shea, Kent Anger, Ryan Olson, Amanda McCullough, Brad Wipfli, Illa Gilbert-Jones, Diane Elliott, Kerry Kuehl, Leslie Hammer, and David Hurtado. Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences, OHSU, and Oregon Healthy Workforce Center. Special thanks to Edgard Ramirez and SAIF Corporation for their assistance with Spanish translations. SAIF is a NIOSH Total Worker Health Affiliate.

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