UMASH hosts a variety of events throughout the year to bring awareness to existing and emerging issues in agricultural safety and health, and encourage discussion, collaboration, and develop new initiatives to address these issues.
UMASH Annual Forum
The UMASH Annual Forum is a multidisciplinary working forum highlighting activities and initiatives of UMASH and its partners, and addressing a specific agricultural safety and health topic. Attendees from diverse backgrounds participate in various activities, including presentations, panels, and small group discussions.
Finding Common Ground
The Finding Common Ground Forum Series is a collaborative forum highlighting emerging issues in agricultural safety and health, and how people and organizations from a variety of disciplines can find “common ground” to address the issue. The program includes keynote speakers, as well as panel and small group discussions, and a summary report of the issue and action items from the forum.
The National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Symposium is an annual event hosted by the Midwest Center for Occupational Safety and Health (MCOHS) to address a topic related to occupational safety and health. UMASH has collaborated with MCOHS to co-sponsor this symposium on topics related to agricultural safety and health. The Symposium features a keynote speaker, Q&A, and poster session.