Now available, a new platform to order PNASH training materials online
Pacific Northwest farm and forestry workforce face the threat of overlapping exposures during the late harvest season.
During the summer months, employers are required to implement a heat illness accident prevention plan and train workers for the heat.
Collaborating with Oregon State University to engage commercial fishermen to reduce the risk of injury and keep them fishing.
Resources for our partners in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska, including materials in Spanish.
Research for healthy workers,
and productive agriculture
Keeping forests and people healthy | May 7, 2022 | UW News | Featured: June Spector, Savannah D'Evelyn Read now
BIPOC are more vulnerable to pesticides | April 25, 2022 | Northwest Public Broadcasting | Featured: Pablo Palmandez Read now
As rules are crafted, farmworkers report limited access to breaks, shade on hot days | October 21, 2021 | Salem Statesman-Journal | Featured: Edward Kasner Read now
How extreme heat hits our most vulnerable communities the hardest | September 14, 2021 | CNN | Featured: June T. Spector Read now