Identifying and Addressing Top Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses in the Construction Industry

This presentation will focus on trends related to some of the most dangerous job site hazards such as falls, electrocutions, struck-by, caught-in/between, and even COVID-19. Amber Trueblood, Assistant Director of CPWR’s Data Center, will review recent research while also sharing interactive data dashboards that allow users to access and manipulate construction industry safety and health data to aid in priority setting, decision making, and education efforts.
Following Amber’s review of the data, Jessica Bunting, Research to Practice (r2p) Director, will share some of CPWR’s resources focusing on two upcoming annual events that address some of the top construction hazards: the National Stand-Down to Prevent Struck-by Incidents (April 11-15) and The National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction (May 2-6).

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: March 10, 2022
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT


Jessica Bunting
MPH, is the Director of the Research to Practice (r2p) Program at CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training.
Jessica received her MPH in Behavioral & Community Health from the University of Maryland and has worked in the field of public health for more than 15 years. She specializes in translation research, r2p, health communication, and program evaluation; and has been with CPWR focused on construction safety and health for over 10 years. As the leader of the r2p team, Jessica works to encourage widespread adoption of evidence-based solutions by construction contractors and workers through improving partnerships between researchers and stakeholders, increasing r2p capacity of intermediary organizations, helping stakeholders influence future research, and developing tools, strategies and resources to translate and disseminate research findings. The program provides r2p support to all CPWR-funded research projects and programs, as well as to partners such as NIOSH and OSHA on joint initiatives and priority topics. In addition, the r2p team conducts its own research to identify the best ways to translate and disseminate research findings, increase awareness and use of safer tools, equipment, and work practices, and improve the safety and health outcomes of workers in the construction industry. 
Amber Trueblood

DrPH is the Assistant Director of the Data Center at CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training.
Amber received her DrPH in Environmental Health and Epidemiology from Texas A&M University and her MPH in Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Texas School of Public Health. She has worked in occupational health and injury prevention in a variety of fields for over a decade. She specializes in the use of surveillance data to identify occupational injury trends, as well as presenting complex statistics in easy to digest formats for all audiences. She joined the Data Center in July 2021. Since the mid-1990s CPWR’s Data Center has been the leading source of construction industry safety and health statistics. The Data Center is widely known for The Construction Chart Book which is the most comprehensive resource for statistics on economic, demographic, employment/income, education/training, safety and health, plus much more in the construction industry. The newest Data Center products include Data Bulletins which are bimonthly reports focused on one key issue and interactive Data Dashboards which are visual graphics that provide data to users in a way that is simple and interactive.



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