Puerto Rico Hurricane Recovery Donation
Urgent Need for Personal Protective Equipment and other worker health related supplies and equipment. WHWB-US is coordinating with the University of Puerto Rico School of Public Health to get them the needed supplies as quickly as possible.
WHWB-US is a 501 C3 Charitable Organization. Donations US tax deductible to the extent allowed by tax code.
Our vision is for workers everywhere to go home each day from work at least as healthy as they arrived.
To engage the occupational health profession in ensuring that workers and employers throughout the world have the knowledge and means to prevent work-related disease (and injury).
Our focus is on underserved worker populations primarily within the USA. In the context of occupational health, underserved populations are those group of workers who face health hazards on the job and who do not have the resources or means to effectively protect themselves.
Nail salon workers (chemical and biological exposures, ergonomics etc)
Landscapers and Hardscapers (respirable crystalline silica, chemical and biological exposures, extreme temperatures, ergonomics)
Renovators and disaster relief givers (chemical and biological exposures, extreme temperatures, unknown hazards)
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WHWB-US Office along the banks of the Huron River.
WHWB-US Annual Board Meeting
Ann Arbor MI, October 12-13, 2017
Thursday Oct 12 starting 8 AM at NEW Center 1100 North Main St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Friday Oct 13 starting 8 AM at School of Public Health at University of Michigan
WHWB-US (Workplace Health Without Borders-US)
1100 N. Main St, Suite 001 Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Tel: 734 998-0160 or 610-810-8433
Donations – In order to support the activities of the WHWB-US, donations are welcome.
Full Member status for a $40 donation or become a Century Donor with $100 or more donation. (Membership)
WHWB-US is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We are a public charity designated 509(a)(2). Donations will be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.