From universities training professionals in health and safety; to organizations like Health Links™ mentoring employers and workplace champions; to professional organizations adopting principles and marketing them to their members; the interest in TWH is growing.
A new study from the Center for Health, Work and Environment suggests that the interaction between occupation and pre-existing risk factors put sugarcane workers at risk for Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Origin.
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade partnered with the Center for Health, Work & Environment to develop a toolkit to help companies in integrating outdoor recreation into the workplace.
Dr. Laura A. Linnan, senior associate dean for academic and student affairs at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health, visited us in Colorado to present her research on the changing nature of work in the U.S.
Since its launch in 2017, 10 healthcare practitioners have earned a Certificate in Total Worker Health. Their training now allows them to branch out beyond the clinic and advocate for disease prevention for their patients.