PNASH Research Projects
Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health (PNASH) 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
PNASH Center priorities are established from regional needs assessments from data review and stakeholder advisories, and is guided by the National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) for Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing.
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