This week’s link roundup includes information about funding to support the well-being of health workers; a partnership to promote temporary worker safety and health; a study on the financial cost of workplace injuries; and tips for developing a successful hybrid workplace. You’ll also learn about ways remote employees can stay connected to the workplace; an alliance to improve demolition safety; and how to improve indoor quality to keep workers healthy.
- The Department of Health and Human Services is allocating more than $100 million to address mental health and reduce burnout in the health workforce. Read more
- NIOSH and the American Staffing Association are partnering to promote the safety and health of temporary workers. Read more
- The latest Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index found that the causes of the most serious workplace incidents cost employers more than $58 billion each year. Read more
- Hybrid workplaces present challenges for employers and safety professionals. Here are four keys to success. Read more
- Staying connected to the workplace is important for remote worker well-being and productivity. These seven techniques can help. Read more
- OSHA and the National Demolition Association have entered into an alliance agreement to improve demolition safety through training and targeting industry-specific hazards. Read more
- Improving ventilation and indoor air quality continues to be a crucial step toward preventing the spread of COVID-19 and other airborne illnesses in the workplace. Read more