State public health agencies and their partners play a critical role in preventing
workplace injuries and illnesses in part because of their broad mission to protect the health of individuals in all groups and environments. They can identify the size, scope and characteristics of work-related illnesses and injuries
through access to specialized data sources and investigation of workplace health concerns and hazardous conditions.
The success stories featured here highlight achievements of state occupational public health programs. States are encouraged to submit additional stories for posting, using the instructions and template for a story submission.
|Success Stories Clearinghouse: (click column header to sort)
To submit a state success story to the Clearinghouse:
Putting Data to Work for Worker Safety and Health – Successes in the States
The CSTE Occupational Health Surveillance Subcommittee initially published a report of success stories from 12 states in May 2012. We then created this online clearinghouse of occupational health success stories, with support from a cooperative
agreement from NIOSH.
For more information about Occupational Success Stories, please contact Cailyn Lingwall. Click here to view other occupational health activities.