Southeast Center for Agricultural Health and Injury Prevention

February 2018
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 2018-114
cover page for document 2018-114

The Southeast Center for Agricultural Health and Injury Prevention (SCAHIP) is one of 11 agricultural research, education, and prevention centers funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Since its inception in 1992, the Southeast Center has built a consistent and evolving focus of research, education, and outreach to address emerging issues affecting the southeast region including:

  • Reducing illness and injuries among logging and forestry workers.
  • Reducing the number of tractor-related injuries and fatalities in farm communities in high-poverty areas across the southeast.

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