Occupational Health Equity

Program Impact

NIOSH is strongly committed to program evaluation as a way to maximize its contributions to improved occupational safety and health. Regular review of program activities, outputs, and outcomes is essential to demonstrating program performance. The Occupational Health Equity program conducts reviews and shares program impact in a variety of ways.

Program Performance One-pager

Program Performance One-Pagers (PPOPs) are a snapshot of NIOSH programs’ priorities, strategies used to make progress towards priorities, recent accomplishments, and upcoming work.

Occupational Health Equity Program Performance One-pager

Impact Sheets

Impact Sheets briefly describe an occupational safety or health hazard, the specific NIOSH or NIOSH-funded research activity that was conducted to address the hazard, the resulting impact or recommendations, and relevant statistics.

NIOSH Pesticide Poisoning Monitoring Program Protects Farmworkers

Use of Model Farmers Proves Effective in Increasing Safety Practices Among Navajo Agricultural Workers

Page last reviewed: December 18, 2019