The PNASH Center conducts research and promotes best health and safety practices for Northwest producers and workers in farming, fishing and forestry. Affiliated with the UW School of Public Health, PNASH integrates expertise from multiple disciplines, institutions and community partners. Areas of emphasis include new production technologies and the needs of under-served and vulnerable populations. Read more...
New & Noteworthy
- Washington Study Examines Heat-Related Illnesses in Agriculture, Forestry Jobs | August 14, 2014
- Make your Harvest a Safe Harvest, Farm & Ranch article | July 28, 2014
July 16-18. OHP Summer Institute: Advancing Theory and Practice in the Context of Total Worker Health, Portland, OR
Sexual Harassment Prevention Project
Health & Safety of Women Agricultural Workers
Practical Solutions for Pesticide Safety
Ideas developed by and with WA growers
Fluorescent Tracer Training Hands on Learning for Pesticides
Pesticides and Health Scientific Progress and Evidence
Heat Related Illness Know the Facts!
Nurse Murf/Enfermera Elena Educational articles summarizing the latest research and best prevention strategies. Trade journal Engish and Spanish publications.
Audio/Video Library - Listen and Learn! Life Changing Ag Injury Stories