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The Healthy Work Campaign (HWC) is delighted to share our latest developments, including blog posts, team events, healthy work (Medium) articles, newsletters, news coverage and new website content.

Blog

Newsletter

News

1/25/2021

The HWC launched the Healthy Work Survey for Individuals today. Access this free, anonymous tool at http://bit.ly/HWSurvey-Individuals The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete and it assesses the level of work stressors you are experiencing in your work or workplace. If you choose to provide your email address, a free report of your results will be emailed to you.

Articles

Air Travel and the Pandemic: an Epidemiologist’s Perspective

by Peter Schnall, MD, MPH*

Airplane passengers in their seats – Air Travel and the Pandemic: an Epidemiologist’s PerspectivePrior to COVID-19, I was a frequent flyer: traveling internationally almost monthly for both work and personal reasons, and logging more than one million miles in the past decade.

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Events

 

December 1st – December 3rd, 2020

Start date: December 1, 2020

End date: December 3, 2020

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

Newest Web Content

Healthy Work Strategies
Programs and policies to reduce work stress among bus drivers in the United States and Canada (bus driver case study #1)

Urban bus driving is a stressful occupation. Bus drivers’ most important priority is safety, and this requires constant vigilance – highly focused attention – on the actions of other drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists along congested routes in all kinds of weather. 1, 2

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