The Total Worker Health (TWH) concept attempts to provide a more holistic approach to overall employee well-being. This concept addresses the risk factors related to work that contribute to health problems typically associated outside the work environment. The TWH concept attempts to improve overall employee well-being by specifically addressing company policies, programs, and practices from this view point.
THW integrates protection from work-related hazards through promotion of injury and illness prevention efforts, thus advancing overall employee well-being.
Topics covered will include:
- Total Worker Health Basics
- Company/Employee Benefits
- Areas of Focus
- Establishing at Home Connections
- Advancing Worker Well-being
- TWH Approaches and Methods
- Health Promotion Programs (Types, Design and Implementation)
- Case Studies
About your presenter:
Jason Gizicki, Project Industrial Hygienist – TriMedia Environmental & Engineering
Jason is senior Industrial Hygienist with both education and experience in the Industrial Hygiene, Health and Safety, and Environmental fields. A professional with more than 7 years of experience, he has a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology from the University of Michigan, a Masters of Environmental Engineering from the University of Detroit-Mercy, and a Masters of Industrial Hygiene (Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences) from Wayne State University. Jason is also a board certified Associate Safety Professional granted by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. Jason has a broad background in the development, implementation, and analysis of Industrial Hygiene studies and programs in a variety of sectors, including manufacturing, mining, energy, construction, and institutional. His range of experience is well suited to the successful completion of comprehensive risk assessments and audits of an entire project, process, or facility. In addition, he enjoys using his expertise to solve occupational health challenges of all types and sizes.