Feasibility Projects Program in Agricultural Safety & Health

| Environ. and Occupational Hlth Funding



University of Kentucky
College of Public Health
Southeast Center for Agricultural Health and Injury Prevention


Upper  $15,000 USD

Projects will be funded for no longer than 12 months. The maximum award is $15,000 total costs. All awards are contingent on renewal of the Center’s own funding. Funds may be used for equipment, domestic travel,research assistants, and other costs necessary to complete the study. Travel costs for one trip to Lexington to present results should be included in the budget.


In collaboration with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the Southeast Center announces the availability of awards for 12 month feasibility projects that focus on improving occupational safety and health among workers in production agriculture, forestry, and commercial fishing/aquaculture.

Any research, prevention/intervention, or education/translation project focusing on an important occupational safety and health need in production agriculture, forestry/logging, and commercial fishing is welcome. The Southeast Center emphasizes stakeholder engagement, measurable outcomes, and the translation of research to practice (r2p). Literature reviews will not be funded, nor will projects that merely disseminate information. Novel educational programs with a strong evaluation component may be considered. Studies ofoccupational hazards and their prevention in forestry and logging are encouraged.

Upcoming Deadlines

TBA – Application (Sponsor deadline – required)

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