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Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance Collaboration, Education and Translation
To promote state, regional, and national collaboration (to include tribal nations, academic institutions, and NGOs) to increase capacity building for occupational safety and health (OSH) programs and surveillance.
For this NOFO, based on a set of objectives (see objectives section under 2.0 Approach), the recipient will conduct communication, education, and translational practice through a mix of approaches and strategies. The recipient is expected to be a national leader for coordination and collaboration of OSH surveillance and communications for the United States, and in coordination with federal and state agencies. Examples include the operation of an open-access online repository for occupational safety and health information and surveillance data and resources. States, NGOs, and Tribes will draw upon current relationships and new partnerships to use and promote surveillance data to take action. Examples include program support for advancement of tribal and state planning and priorities; assist or guide coordinated, targeted efforts to protect workers; monitor statistical and other trends and progress over time (i.e., burden and impact); propose pilot and evaluation activities for addressing disease burden or impact; conduct educational and outreach activities; and to develop targeted prevention and intervention recommendations.
- Letter of Intent Due Date(s): Jan. 15, 2019
- Application Due Date(s): Jan. 31, 2019
See full solicitation for details.