DEOHS researchers investigate the combined health effects of wildfire smoke and heat on Washington’s agricultural workforce and test strategies to protect workers and crops
DEOHS MPH student and outreach specialist Dennise Drury tackles sexual harassment in agriculture
New research and tips to manage work fatigue and sleep that is perfect for farming, fishing, and forestry
A new approach provides practical information about spray drift events: measuring time, space, and wind variability.
Working together to cultivate trust and and harvest better health during COVID-19, Radio KDNA announces the launch of a new program reaching out to the farmworker community.
Commercial fishing is hazardous and risk information is important to develop injury prevention strategies.
New DEOHS-led project develops VR simulations to protect health and safety of forest workers who fend off wildfires
Providing pesticide safety solutions for the agricultural workplace, especially for handheld equipment.
See below for new guidance and resources from state and federal authorities to help improve workplace safety and meet requirements for your region.
One of the primary goals of the PNASH Center is to provide opportunities for student research and mentorship. Every year, the PNASH Center is fortunate to have talented and passionate students involved in our research.
Heat illness is a serious concern for agriculture workers, but Erica Chavez Santos and the HEAT team are working to turn down the temperature of this serious health and safety risk.
Indoor air cleaners and education reduced symptoms and hospital visits for rural children with asthma, according to UW study