PNASH Center receives federal funding for research on health and safety for agriculture.
Agricultural workers and producers are known to face high levels of stress. Working conditions are physically demanding, fast-paced and can occur during extreme and hazardous weather.
Pacific Northwest farm and forestry workforce face the threat of overlapping exposures during the late harvest season.
Join us for the #BeHeatSmart Campaign – through 9/30. Share messages & resources to prevent heat illness in agriculture
Collaborating with Oregon State University to engage commercial fishermen to reduce the risk of injury and keep them fishing.
Research for healthy workers,strong communities,and productive agriculture
Are farmworkers being protected from the heat? Here is what they say | August 22, 2022 | Northwest Public Broadcasting | Featured: Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center Read now
As temperatures rise, industries fight heat safeguards for workers | August 9, 2022 | Washington Post | Featured: June T. Spector Read now
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WA hired a climate epidemiologist — and not a moment too soon | June 3, 2022 | Crosscut | Featured: Jeremy J Hess, Richard A. Fenske Read now