University of Cincinnati ERC - Occupational Health and Safety Impact Awards

University of Cincinnati
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)-supported Education and Research Center (ERC)

Occupational Health and Safety Impact Awards
In Celebration of the Education and Research Center’s 40th Anniversary

We need your help to nominate the leaders in occupational health and safety fields!

Purpose: To recognize the enormous impacts of the occupational health and safety (OH&S) community on health, safety, and wellbeing outcomes among workers. The University of Cincinnati Education and Research Center (UC ERC) Academic Cores seek to honor professionals who have had an exceptional impact on worker health and safety.

Awards: Three cross-disciplinary awards (Overall Impact, Research to Practice, Service Impact) and five UC ERC program awards (Continuing Education, Industrial Hygiene, Mechanical Engineering, Occupational Medicine, and Occupational Health Nursing).

Who to Nominate: Individuals who have made contributions impacting the health and safety of workers are eligible to be nominated for consideration for the awards. Individuals can nominate someone else or themselves. Please seek agreement with the individual you plan to nominate.

Ceremony: The awards will be presented at the annual ERC Pilot Research Project Symposium on October 5-6, 2017.

Deadline to submit nomination: August 15, 2017

Criteria: The nominee will be evaluated on Nature of Impact, Distribution of Impact, and Quality of Impact

How to submit nomination: Follow the link below to the UC ERC website where there will be further details about the awards, criteria examples, nominator instructions and a link to submit your nomination -

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