The Healthy Work Campaign is more than an online public health campaign. We’re a movement that strives to bring ideas and people with different perspectives and strengths together. Visit this page to keep tabs on our events—those we attend, present at, or host, as well as those of our partners.
NCOSH Workers’ Memorial Week National Speak Out, on Tuesday, April 27th, at 2:00pm ET / 1:00pm CT / 11:00am PT.
Register now at: tinyurl.com/WMW2021SpeakOut!
This participatory event will spotlight health and safety activism around the country and to remember workers who have been injured or killed on the job.
Our agenda includes: The COSH Network reading names of workers’ who died from injuries or illnesses in the last year, testimonies from surviving family members and worker leaders, time to connect with each other as we mourn and renew our fight, as well as a virtual action.
- Register todayand save to your calendar!
The National Council for Occupational Safety and Health (NCOSH) launches their first VIRTUAL National Conference on Worker Safety and Health today (Dec 1-3 and Dec 8-10) #COSHCON2020 brings together a diverse, inclusive and bilingual group of workers, occupational health and safety experts, unions, activists and academics united around common goals. With a global pandemic, worker health & safety matters even more! You can register and attend any part of this virtual conference here: https://www.coshnetwork.org/COSHCON2020
The 33rd International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) March 2021 was postponed by the ICOH Executive and will now be held in Melbourne from 6-11 February 2022. This was an unprecedented decision due to the global pandemic. The meeting theme is “Sharing Solutions in Occupational Health: Locally, Regionally, Globally.” This is one of the largest scientific conferences of occupational health and safety experts in the world. Learn more at http://www.icoh2021.org.
Member(s) of our research team plan to attend the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) WOPS-CV Joint Conference 2020 in Seoul, Korea, organized by ICOH, Korean Society of Occupational Stress and Work Organization and Psychosocial Factors and Cardiology in OH. Email to learn more and attend.
Daphne Brown, a graduate student and research associate of Dr. Paul Landsbergis at SUNY Downstate School of Public Health, will be representing the Healthy Work Campaign at “COSHCON19,” the National Council of Occupational Safety and Health’s annual conference, convening this year in Baltimore. Daphne will be presenting a poster on our behalf during the designated poster exhibits on 12/3 and 12/4.
HWC Team members Dobson, Schnall, Choi, Landsbergis, Faghri & Gomez-Ortiz will be attending and presenting at the 2019 Work, Stress and Health Conference in Philadelphia, hosted by APA, NIOSH and SOHP.
Dr. Peter Schnall attended the NIOSH Total Worker Health Affiliate Colloquium on behalf of the Center for Social Epidemiology, the founding nonprofit associated with the HWC.
International Stress Management Association (ISMA)–Brazil 2019 Congress in Porto Alegre, Brazil: Dr. Marnie Dobson gave the keynote speech about the growing evidence related to work stress and chronic diseases like depression, cancer, heart disease and obesity, as well as participated in the “Challenges and Solutions for Occupational Stress Prevention” panel discussion.
American Occupational Health Conference, (Anaheim, CA), organized by the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, where Dr’s Peter Schnall, Dean Baker, Marnie Dobson and BongKyoo Choi will speak about the HWC.
3rd Workshop for the Southern California Center of Excellence for the Promotion of Healthy Work (Irvine, CA), hosted by Dr. BongKyoo Choi at UC Irvine Center for Occupational and Environmental Health