Join our CERKL groups
Keep updated with the University of Cincinnati's Education and Research Center and corresponding programs.
Join one or more of our CERKL groups by click on the links below. CERKL is a social media mechanism that allows our programs to disseminate information to our stakeholders: current faculty and students, alumni, researchers, and members of industry in the region. CERKL is similar to Linked-In but is more specific to academic and training programs. CERKL has a structure where all members belong to an ERC group (Parent group) as well as a program specific group (e.g. EIH, OHN, OMR, and OSHE) (Sibling group). Examples of the information that will be sent out to the members include seminar announcements, information about the latest results from the targeted research training program, discipline-specific job announcements; summary of thesis, dissertations, practica, and capstones, recent awards, and summaries of recent publications. One of the key components of CERKL is the ability to request assistance from the members, such as need for expertise or mentor, assistance in job placement in certain parts of the country, and input back to the program. CERKL is not utilized to solicit funding or donations from alumni and stakeholders.
Parent group: Get updates on center wide activities
Environmental and Industrial Hygiene (Including Occupational Ergonomics and Biomonitoring): Get updates about EIH, OSE, and BIOM activities
Occupational Health Nursing: Get updates about OHN activities
Occupational-Health-Nursing Occupational Safety Health Engineering: Get updates about OSHE activities
Occupational Medicine Residency: Get updates about OMR activities
Health and Safety Training Videos
Trainees and faculty have developed videos to address health and safety concerns for firefighters and home healthcare workers. These short videos provide recommendations and best practices to many of the potential risk factors in these two professions.
Engagement with Local and Regional Stakeholders
The ERC faculty members complete extensive outreach activities which are tracked. We are constantly working with stakeholders and partners to make real impact on the health and safety of the worker in a wide variety of industries and agencies. Please contact Kermit Davis (Kermit.firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to talk about potential projects, consultations and opportunities to work with the faculty of the ERC.
Historic Workplace and Environmental Health and Safety Videos
Dr. Eula Bingham Benzene ETS Press Conference - April 29, 1977