Total Worker Health® Vision Statements

  1. OEHS Professionals understand how occupational and non-occupational exposures combine and/or interact to affect worker well-being.
  2. OEHS Professionals are recognized as exposure science experts with knowledge and skills to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control exposures that impact worker and community well-being.
  3. OEHS Professionals recognize that workplace exposures interact with factors outside of the workplace to impact overall well-being.
  4. OEHS Professionals are seen as leaders and valued partners collaborators with other scientific communities on initiatives that protect and promote worker and community well-being.
The NIOSH Office for Extramural Programs (OEP) receives reports from the TWH Centers as part of the signed co-operative agreement requirements. Information that can be shared is posted by the extramural office in the highlights and overall OEP annual report.


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Bodies of Work

Volunteer Committees’ Bodies of Work include White Papers, Guidance Documents, Fact Sheets, and Position Statements. Access an extensive library of resources developed by AIHA Volunteer Committees in their areas of specialty on various topics of interest.


Frameworks are written by appointed members and volunteers that worked collaboratively to develop guides, which outline the knowledge and skills a competent person should possess and be able to demonstrate in a specific topic or specialty.

  • Technical Framework: Legionella outlines the fundamental knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to assess Legionella sources and the risk of exposure.

The Synergist

  • Synergist Archives, access to The Synergist archives is a benefit of AIHA membership and will require a login.
    • Risk Discourse: Framing the Problem (March 2022 issue), judging risk depends on both the situation and the individual assessing the risk.
    • Worker Well-Being in the Great Resignation (April 2022 issue), a story of risks, ills and cultures.


Public Resources

  • The Mold Resource Center explores how for more than a decade, mold has been in the news. People are talking about the effect on population health and damage to the building. But what are the risks and issues? Several agencies have guidelines that include protective measures for mold remediation and cleaning.
  • AIHA's Public Policy Agenda embodies three core elements of change, addressing 15 of the country’s most important worker health and safety challenges.
  • Protect Yourself from Noise-Induced Hearing Loss since it impacts every level of our lives: in the workplace, among our family and friends, and at leisure.
  • Indoor Air Quality has received a great deal of attention in recent years. Although most of the concern originally focused on the workplace, more people are looking for answers to health and comfort problems occurring in their homes.


Volunteer Groups

  • Content Portfolio Advisory Group (CPAG) helps advance AIHA’s mission and values by providing input and advice to the AIHA Board and staff regarding the content AIHA provides to members and other stakeholders. Content may include documents, articles, white papers, fact sheets, publications, and more. Here you can find information on how you can contribute to the development and advocacy of AIHA content. To see current initiatives, please visit the Total Worker Health® dashboard.
  • Indoor Environmental Quality Committee provides a forum for exchanging ideas and information about indoor environmental quality and participating in the development and analysis of related technological and regulatory issues.
  • Risk Committee supports and promotes human health risk assessment to better understand and control the hazards found within the workplace and environmental settings.
  • Exposure Assessment Strategies Committee provides leadership in exposure assessment and strategies for environmental health, safety, and industrial hygiene professionals.
  • Healthcare Working Group creates a forum for health care OEHS professionals to discuss concerns, share best practices, and promote positive change. To achieve our mission, the HCWG is composed of seven project teams. The project teams were developed around common issues affecting health and safety professionals in healthcare.

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