Online Program

OHS interventions and evaluation research

Monday, November 2, 2015: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Session Objectives: Identify intervention studies and their influence on workers' safety and health. Assess the impact of intervention research conducted in occupational settings. Demonstrate how intervention and evaluation research can impact positively workers' health and safety as well as production.

Table 1
Exploring the use of smart phones and mobile applications to document the occupational hazards of immigrant construction workers in a post disaster setting   
Anna Tilles, MS, Andres Camacho, Diego Palaguachi, Grace Sembajwe, SCD, Maria Julia Brunette, PhD, Steven Markowitz, MD, DrPH and Sherry Baron, MD, MPH
Table 2
Examining barriers and facilitators to protecting the health and safety of Latino construction workers post-Hurricane Sandy   
Isabel Cuervo, PhD, Anna Tilles, MS, Diego Palaguachi, Steven Markowitz, MD, DrPH and Sherry Baron, MD, MPH
Table 3
Evaluation of an intervention to reduce hospital worker injury from patient violence   
Judith Arnetz, PhD, MPH, Lydia Hamblin, BA, Joel Ager, PhD, Mark Upfal, MD, MPH, Mark Luborsky, PhD, Jim Russell and Lynnette Essenmacher, MPH
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Comparing the impact on knowledge and awareness among young workers of online and in-person means of delivering OSHA 10 General Industry training   
Derek G. Shendell, DEnv, MPH, Siobhan Kelly, Ed.D, Alexsandra Apostolico, BS, MPH (c) and S. Ayesha Ahmed, BS, MPH (c)

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Occupational Health and Safety
Endorsed by: Vietnam Caucus