Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center projects are multidisciplinary and respond to a variety of needs, from health care and monitoring to safety engineering and training.
Projects are competitively reviewed and funded. Topics we propose:
- Address hazards that are the most serious, affect the greatest number of workers, and where that research will make a difference.
- Meet the needs of Northwest employers, workers, and service providers. We have established a process that engages constituencies from agricultural, health, and safety to help us establish research priorities.
PNASH Research Priorities
- National Occupational Research Agenda for Farming, Fishing and Forestry
- Forestlands Agenda
- Farm Agenda
View a downloadable pdf of our current active projects or sort research priorities by status, type, or topic area (below).