Healthy Workforce Trainings and Events

ON DEMAND

  • NIOSH Total Worker Health® Webinar Series. 90-minute on-demand webinars.
    Recognizing the complex, often interlinked hazards affecting the health, safety, and well-being of today’s workforce, these free webinar series are aimed at providing the latest research and case studies for protecting the safety and health of workers everywhere.
    Click here for more information
  • Health Links™ Webinar Series. 60-minute webinar sessions; held monthly live and available on-demand.
    Learn practical skills from experts. Topics covered include leadership, employee engagement, health promotion, safety, and evaluation. Participants are eligible to claim SHRM credit.
    Click here for more information 
  • eLearning Modules – SAIF Leaderships Series. Training is available through the SAIF Leadership Series, designed to help leaders at all levels learn the building blocks that support safety culture and boost employee involvement. The modules on supportive supervision include downloadable materials and a way to track supportive behaviors.external icon

LIVE

  • Coming in 2021: Madison County’s 2nd Annual Healthy Workforce Conference
  • July 27 @ Noon ET – YourWorkPath: Toolkit and Tools Tour. The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center’s Your WorkPath Program is offering monthly drop-in sessions. Join OHWC Dissemination Specialist Helen Schuckers to learn about workplace safety, health, and well-being resources and take a tour of the dissemination website. These virtual drop-in tours are the last Tuesday of each month. To join, please register in advance.
  • July 28-29 – Worker Well-Being: The ‘What’ and the ‘How’. If you’re attending the 2021 National Wellness Conference, hosted by National Wellness Institute, make sure to attend Chia-Chia Chang’s session!

RESOURCES

  • The National Volunteer Fire Council Toolkit. The National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC), in partnership with the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance, launched the Psychologically Healthy Fire Departments (PHFD) initiative to support firefighters and EMS providers and create healthy, successful departments. A new implementation toolkit is now available to help fire department leaders promote and foster well-being among their members. Click here for more information
  • NIOSH Worker Well-Being Questionnaire (WellBQ). NIOSH recently announced a new resource designed to measure worker well-being. The NIOSH Worker Well-Being Questionnaire (WellBQ) is a freely available survey instrument that provides an integrated assessment of worker well-being across multiple spheres. Visit the NIOSH website for more information. Note: Minor edits were made to WellBQ in late May, so if you previously downloaded the questionnaire make sure to get the latest version. You can find the instrument by clicking “Access the NIOSH WellBQ” on the webpage.
  • Prescription Opioid and Benzodiazepine Medications and Occupational Safety and Health: Information for Employers and Healthcare Providers. A new fact sheet summarizes findings from the scientific literature and provides information from rele­vant CDC and NIOSH publications for employers and healthcare providers about the prescription use of opioids and benzodiazepines. 

PAST EVENTS AND TRAININGS IN MADISON COUNTY

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Watch the Healthy Workforce Conference Opening Keynote Address by Jack T. Dennerlein, PhD

Engaging Businesses in Health and Economic Prosperity for Vibrant Communities: An Event for Learning and Action, a meeting of leaders in business, healthcare, and public health to discuss what insights are being generated about the role and potential of business to act as a leader or collaborator in health improvement efforts from around the country. View the meeting agenda, videos from the day, and meeting resources.

Disclaimer: Total Worker Health® is a registered trademark of the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Participation by Madison County Health Department does not imply endorsement by HHS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.