Total Worker Health® Partnerships
Partners help NIOSH achieve its mission of producing new scientific knowledge and translating that knowledge into effective prevention practices that organizations can adopt in the workplace. The NIOSH Total Worker Health® Program routinely collaborates with partners to ensure that organizations address the safety, health, and well-being of their workers.
NIOSH partners represent labor, industry, academia, government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, professional organizations, and other stakeholders located in the United States and internationally. These partnerships help to identify research priorities, implement interventions, collaborate on research, and translate scientific knowledge.
Learn more about NIOSH Total Worker Health (TWH) partnerships, including the NIOSH-funded Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health and NIOSH Total Worker Health Affiliates, below.
The mission of the NIOSH TWH Affiliate Program is to advance worker safety, health, and well-being through collaborations with governmental and nonprofit organizations, including labor, education, training, and research organizations. There is no NIOSH funding associated with granting Affiliate status.
Beyond formal relationships, the NIOSH TWH Program welcomes collaborators to help advance worker well-being through a variety of activities. Below are a few examples.
- Develop evidence-based solutions and raise visibility of worker safety and health issues.
- Reach new audiences to help achieve broader uptake of TWH approaches.
- Share promising practices, opportunities, and research on healthy job design and worker well-being.
If you are interested in joint events, outreach activities, or research collaborations to improve worker safety, health, and well-being, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.