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Research Opportunity

CHSC at WTI is offering an opportunity to join a select cohort of state departments of transportation in a multi-year project to grow a strong and innovative organizational safety culture which encourages new resources and novel strategies to significantly reduce fatal and serious injury crashes.

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Growing Safety Culture

Only through the growth of a positive safety culture can significant and sustainable reductions in crash fatalities and serious injuries be achieved. Towards that end, CHSC continues to partner with Montana DOT for a next phase of a pooled fund program focused on understanding traffic safety culture.

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The Center for Health and Safety Culture (formerly MOST of Us®) is an interdisciplinary center serving communities and organizations through research, training, and support services to cultivate healthy and safe cultures.  The Center is dedicated to applying research to develop sustainable solutions to complex social problems. Our Positive Culture Framework (PCF) provides a process to guide researchers, practitioners, and community leaders to improve health and safety.

Upcoming Free Webinars


Reducing Underage Drinking with Practical Tools that Develop Social and Emotional Skills

December 18, 2018 | 12:00 PM (MST)


Communication: A Catalyst for Growing Positive Culture

January 16, 2019 | 12:00 PM (MST)

Recent News


Dr. Nicholas Ward: “Intervening should be normal and appreciated”

Don’t drink and drive, don’t use pot and drive A recent survey done by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission and Montana State University’s Center for Health and Safety Culture found that nine percent of Washingtonians…
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A Strategic Approach to Transforming Traffic Safety Culture to Reduce Deaths and Injuries

Final Report The Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) at Montana State University with Cambridge Systematics contributed to a report recently released by TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) called “A Strategic Approach…
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The Role of Social Capital in Traffic Safety Citizenship

Kari Finley, Ph.D., Jay Otto, M.S., and Nic Ward, Ph.D. with the Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) at Montana State University have published an article in the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Civic and…
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