JUNE 2021 UMASH is recognizing a colleague who was instrumental in the immigrant dairy worker project since 2011. Patricia Juárez-Carrillo, PhD, MPH,
A Center of Excellence Dedicated to
Agricultural Health and Safety in the Upper Midwest.
Great Content shared often! If you are a farmer, this is the place to learn about how to keep yourself and your family safe!
Sharing UMASH's and other partner resources with our Gear Up for Ag Health and Safety students throughout the year makes our work much easier!
They have been important resources to be sure our "learners" know how to stay safe! Honestly, I haven't been able to find better resources than yours!
Being a farm kid and being raised around this stuff all our lives, we don't realize all the unsafe things we are around so seeing that made me realize that little everyday things I'm doing or around are not always as safe as I think they are.
UMASH IN THE FIELD - LATEST NEWS
SPOTLIGHT: A teacher, an advocate and a friend
SPOTLIGHT: UMASH is About the People & the Partnerships
MAY 2021 UMASH is an interdisciplinary organization spanning five states and at least five industries (i.e., agriculture, public health, veterinary medicine,
SPOTLIGHT: Time for a Grain Bin Check Up – Don’t forget safety
MAY 2021 Grain bins have long been the topic of agricultural safety and health. Unfortunately, many tragedies have occurred when working around bins, most
Bold and Humble – Engaging in Anti-Racist Public Health
MAY 2021 Maria Bertrand, UMASH Research Assistant, recently attended the Minnesota Public Health Association (MPHA) 2021 Conference: Bold and Humble –
SPOTLIGHT: Leave A Message – Ag Communication students develop farm safety messages
MAY 2021 Powerful messages come through a variety of means and they can change the way we think and act. The art and science of communication can be an
SPOTLIGHT: NIOSH’s 50th Anniversary
APRIL 2021 Now, more than ever, worker health in the United States is a priority to each and every one of us. During this time of great challenges and
Parkinson’s Disease and Aging in Agriculture
APRIL 2021 Parkinson’s disease impacts over one million people living in the United States, and rural or agricultural communities may encounter challenges
Mobile COVID-19 Vaccinations and Immigrant Dairy Workers
APRIL 2021 Dairy workers in the country face considerable occupational risks and hazards in their daily operations. As essential workers, the risk of contracting