Society for Total Worker Health Events
Peer Learning Series #4: Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG)
September 6, 2023 (12pm-1:30pm MT) | Online via Zoom
This peer learning series will elevate evidence-based practices and highlight professionals who are actively applying the Total Worker Health (TWH) approach within their organizations and workforce. This peer-to-peer learning forum will enable attendees to describe ESG and its intersection with TWH and describe how one business has applied ESG investing using a TWH approach.
The Why and How of Recovery Friendly Workplaces
June 12, 2023 (1pm ET) | Online via Zoom
Join the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest to talk about the why and how of recovery friendly workplaces. This virtual event brings together employers, business leaders, and community members to talk about creating environments that support workers.
Sleep and Shift Work: Implications for Worker Health and Safety
June 16, 2023 (9am-3:30pm PT) | Online via WebEX
Sleep promotes overall health and well-being. Researchers have discovered that when sleep is disrupted, it can present serious health challenges. Participants attending this symposium will learn from internationally renowned sleep researchers about how sleep relates to various aspects of health and safety.
Building the Business Case for Employer Engagement in Hypertension Prevention and Control
June 28, 2023 (1pm ET) | Online via Zoom
Hosted by the CDC Foundation, this webinar aims to build the business case for employer engagement in hypertension prevention and control. This event will provide attendees with: (1) Insight into the business case for hypertension control; (2) Tools to estimate the cost impact of hypertension control on the workforce and business; and, (3) Information about employers who are currently taking action to prevent and control hypertension among their employees.
November 8-11, 2023 | Miami, FL
Work, Stress, and Health is a multidisciplinary conference organized by the American Psychological Association, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and the Society for Occupational Health Psychology that spans a wide variety of fields.
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