KOSHS Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance Program
The Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance (KOSHS) expanded program consists of three integrated component programs: 1) KOSHS; 2) Occupational Health Indicators (OHIs); and 3) Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE).
The overall KOSHS program focuses on population- and case-based surveillance of occupational injuries and illnesses in Kentucky, with emphasis areas that include prevention of occupational motor vehicle collisions and severe traumatic injuries; total worker health; integration of occupational health programs with other national and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health-funded programs; epidemiological analyses of occupational injury and illness surveillance data; surveillance data quality improvement; and occupational injury and illness prevention interventions.
- Kentucky Employment Demographics, 2017-2020
- Prevalence of Health Determinants, Kentucky vs. USA
- The Need for Worksite Wellness in Kentucky
- KOSHS Annual Report 2019
- Safety Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting Shared Vehicles and Equipment
- Traumatic Brain Injury Toolkit
- Preventing Falls in Construction Toolkit
- Construction Sector Injuries in Kentucky, 2008-2015
- Roadside Driver Inspection Training—Trucking Industry
- Training Toolkit: Trucking Crash Prevention