The domain of worker health has expanded along with increased understanding of the multifaced and multidimensional nature of risk both inside and outside of work, and their intertwined relationship.
OHSSG members work in a diverse range of arenas, including public policy, academia, research, industry, business, government, and consulting. Our committee harnesses SRA’s full arsenal of risk expertise (risk analysis, assessment, communication, benefit-cost analysis, management, etc.) to help impact worker, organizational, community, and global health. We generate and foster thought-leading discussions that impact both SRA members, and occupational health and safety professionals more broadly, beyond SRA through our member’s participation in other health science affiliated associations. Our members are committed to raising risk awareness, and the quality of risk-related practices in the occupational health and safety space.