1st International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health
The National Institute for Occupational Safety
and Health (NIOSH), part of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC), together with over 14 prestigious partners is excited to announce the
1st International Symposium to Advance TOTAL WORKER HEALTH™. Building upon
successful past meetings of the 2004 NIOSH Steps to a Healthier US Workforce
Conference and the 2007 NIOSH WorkLife National Symposium, this meeting seeks
to advance the tenets of Total Worker Health (TWH).
Join more than 500 scientists and practitioners from around the world who are dedicated to both protecting and promoting the safety, health, and well-being of workers in exploring the developing research, practices, programs and policies using a coordinated approach that integrates health protection and health promotion.
View the Symposium Agenda or visit the Registration Page to secure your space today.
Healthier Federal Workers 2014
Join more than 200 of your colleagues from over
50 Federal Agencies at the only health, safety and well-being conference
dedicated to the Federal workforce. Building upon successful conferences
in 2011 and 2012, this event promises to be more informative, more impactful
and more engaging than ever before.
The conference will address the diverse health
challenges and opportunities facing Federal workers. It explores the
latest developments in workplace safety, well-being, family and community
health, physical activity, nutrition, engagement, health supervision, work-life
balance and many, many other timely topics. The meeting will highlight
evidence-based prevention science from the nation’s health experts and give you
valuable skills, guidance, plans and tools that you can put into practice right
View the Conference Agenda or visit the Registration Page to secure your space today.
2014 NIH Safety, Health & Wellness Day
On August 27th, the Office of Research Service and Division of Occupational Health and Safety, in partnership with the Division of Amenities and Transportation Services, hosted the 3rd annual NIH Safety, Health & Wellness Day with great success.
Over 650 people from the NIH community participated in the event!
All activities were free and open to NIH employees and contractors, including:
· Personal fitness assessments
· Five separate health screenings
· 11 fitness classes
· Nine dance & martial arts demonstrations
· Several health & safety demonstrations
· Adult/ Eldercare Information & Resources Fair
· Over 60 vendors including healthy food tastings & massage
On behalf of the Safety, Health & Wellness Day Committee, thank you to the NIH staff and external vendors who came together to support employee appreciation at the annual event. We look forward to making it even bigger and better next year!
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