Director: Dr. David Mannino

Workers in production agriculture, forestry/logging, and commercial fishing/aquaculture provide abundant food and fiber for the American people and for much of the world as well. Yet these men, women, and youth experience rates of occupational injury, illness and death that are nearly 4 times higher than those of workers in other sectors. In cooperation with the Centers for Disease Control / National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (CDC/NIOSH), the Southeast Center for Agricultural Health and Injury Prevention supports and conducts research, education, and prevention activities to prevent occupational illness and injury and improve the safety and health of agricultural workers and their families in the southeastern United States.

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