• Why we do what we do: Watch the Center video Photo © NWCOHS Archive
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  • Industrial Hygiene Students learning analytical methods for measuring hazardous metals in environmental and occupational samples. Photo © c/o Chris Simpson
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  • Occupational Health Services Research ERC trainees, students, and faculty celebrate our 2016 program graduates Photo © Lauren Brackenbury
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  • Occupational Health at the Human-Animal Interface Center staff participating in a intake health check of a whistling duck at the Woodland Park Zoo. Photo © Gemina Garland-Lewis
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  • Construction Management Occupational Health and Safety Photo © Wonil Lee
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  • Industrial Hygiene Faculty and graduate students review air pollution measurements obtained using a mobile mass spectrometer. Photo © c/o Chris Simpson
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  • Continuing Education Participants at a recent course on the use of technology to advance safety for health care workers treating highly contagious infectious diseases practice high risk ebola treatment procedures in a UW simulation lab. Photo © Rebecca Yost
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  • Industrial Hygiene Emily Zamzow, UW Exposure Science student, spends time in one of the underground shops in the mine where she collected air and biological samples for her thesis project. Photo © Dale Stephenson
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  • Continuing Education Dr. Martin Cohen demonstrates ventilation equipment prior to the students’ hands-on work during the OSHA 521 Introduction to Industrial Hygiene class. Photo © Sarah Fish
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The Northwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety is a multidisciplinary training program, funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, located at the University of Washington, dedicated to training professionals in the prevention of work-related injury and illness.