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Total Worker Health®
Case Studies

The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center and Oregon Total Worker Health (TWH) Alliance appreciate our partners' commitment to the concept of TWH and for sharing their experiences and stories. We are developing case studies using the information provided and approved by organizations to be used in education and training about TWH.

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These case studies are also used within the Oregon TWH Alliance curriculum. The Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences (including the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center), Oregon OSHA and SAIF Corporation signed the first state-wide Alliance we are aware of to expand the knowledge and application of TWH principles by leveraging the strengths of three state-based organizations. What we consider to be unique in this alliance, is forging partnerships between Oregon's state OSHA, Oregon's not-for-profit, state-chartered workers' compensation insurance company, and an Oregon-based academic research institute. Learn more about the alliance here.

Case Studies from the Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health, a NIOSH Center of Excellence for Total Worker Health®

  • City and County of Denver - Joined Health Links™ as part of outreach efforts to reach municipalities (towns, cities & county government)

  • Doctor Fix-It - Joined Health Links™ as part of the Small, Safe, & Well Study a 5-year TWH research study

  • White Construction Group - Joined Health Links™ in partnership with the Tri-County Health Department’s Initiative for Workplace Health & Wellbeing

Do you have Total Worker Health case study to share?

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