Workplace safety, health, and well-being
At the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center, we offer mostly free & low-cost stand-alone tools & resources to enhance workplace safety, health, and well-being efforts within your organization.
These actionable and educational tools are reviewed and recommended by scientists and experts to help organizations and businesses across different industries enhance, improve, and create a workplace culture of safety, health, and well-being.
Download our toolkits and tools one-pager to share with your organization.
*Our tools are continually going through improvements to provide your organization with updated and relevant content. Our toolkits were last reviewed on March 2021.
Learn more about our tools
Join us for our "YourWorkpath Toolkit and Tools Tour"scheduling a one on one consultation meeting with our Outreach team. In this meeting you can expect:
Help us learn about your organizational needs
Learn more about our tools and toolkits
Time to ask specific questions about YourWorkpath Program and resources
Learn more about Total Worker Health and OHWC
Begin by completing the pop-up survey on this website and then emailing Amy Spring, Senior Outreach & Dissemination Specialist at email@example.com
TOTAL WORKER HEALTH® CASE STUDIES
The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center and Oregon Total Worker Health Alliance have begun developing case studies using the information provided and approved by organizations to be used in education and training about Total Worker Health.
HEALTH IMPACTS SAFETY GUIDES
Health Impacts Safety Guides were developed tip sheets and 15-minute meeting activities to support organizations integrating workplace safety, health, wellness and well-being.
SUPERVISOR AND MANAGER SUPPORTIVE
Research on behavior change has proven that behavior tracking is key to the success of implementing new learned behaviors. This activity uses a notecard or lanyard to set goals and track supportive behaviors for two weeks.
YOUNG WORKER CONVERSATION STARTERS
Educate young workers about work and non-work factors that can impact safety on and off the job. These 10 – 20 minute supervisor-led activities engage young workers in safety, communication, and healthy lifestyle topics.
ACTIVE WORKPLACE TEAM CONVERSATIONS & POSTERS
Team Conversations build a culture of health at your workplace, reinforce health practices and help employees feel supported by their supervisors. The Active Workplace posters can help reinforce information covered in the Team Conversation activities.
GET HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE CARDS
Get Healthier lifestyle education cards help employees learn, build, and brainstorm solutions for healthier lifestyles on and off the job.
WORKLIFE SUPPORT ACTIVITY
The WorkLife Support Activity is a 15 to 30-min activity that can be implemented during team meetings to help employees support each other, brainstorm challenging issues or opportunities to improve overall safety, health, and well-being.
Search Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences directory for categories on the latest research and resources on various occupational health. Learn more about Total Worker Health®, ergonomics, chemical and biological exposures, industry-specific challenges and much more.
Developed by the Oregon Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (OR-FACE), Toolbox Talks are guided group discussions and conversation starters with action plans for safe work practices to prevent injuries and fatalities in the workplace.
The chart below will serve as a guide to help you identify which tools & resources to best fit your needs. To access and download the tools, click the resource name.
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Some of the above links will take you to websites external to OHSU Notes: *denotes resources from NIOSH or other TWH Centers of Excellence **denotes resources developed within the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center ***NwETA, LLC is the company that collaborates with OHSU in the offering of this tool. OHSU has a financial interest in this company and Dr. Anger, who is the Director of the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center at OHSU, is the company's President. If you would like more information about this, please contact the OHSU Integrity Department at (503) 494-8849 OR firstname.lastname@example.org.