People face many health and safety risks at home and work as we navigate everyday life, including infectious diseases and the threat of natural disasters like wildfires and floods. While it is impossible to avoid all of life’s dangers, there are ways that you can prepare for and significantly reduce the potential harm you’ll face from these ongoing risks.

The below links provide expert guidance and resources to help you confidently address common health and safety risks by topic, including disaster, mold, pandemic, and wildfire safety resources.

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Need help on a topic not listed above? Access more resources here, including air quality, ergonomics, and hearing safety information.


Commit to C.A.R.E.

This educational initiative was funded by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Grant # 1 NU50CK000583-01- 00) to the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA). The Commit to C.A.R.E. (Community, Awareness, Responsibility, Equity) pledge is designed to empower accountability and responsibility toward preventing airborne diseases.


AIHA is not legally responsible and shall be held harmless from all claims, causes of action, and demands, whatsoever, any third party may incur on account of damage, loss or injury resulting from adhering to these guidelines.

These guidance documents were primarily developed for those smaller business that don't have readily available occupational and environmental health and safety resources, and designed to help business owners, employers, employees and consumers implement science-backed procedures for limiting the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. They are subject to any local, state, or federal directives, laws, or orders about operating a business and should only be used if they do not conflict with any such orders. These documents are subject to revision and shall be updated accordingly.