Only published in August 2011, this report is a summary of meetings held December 14–16, 2009 at the Mandarin Hotel,Washington, DC. to gain input from 170 representatives from the occupational safety and health and environmental communities within industry, labor, academia, government agencies, and nongovernment organizations. Participants discussed the occupational hazards and risks associated with green jobs and how to emphasize that green jobs should be safe and healthy for workers. The report presents prioritized recommendations for how to achieve this in the 6 sectors under discussion: Construction, Infrastructure, and Repurposing of Materials ●● Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies ●● Energy, Mining, and Building Operation and Maintenance ●● Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing ●● Transportation ●● Waste Management and Recycling The outcomes of the workshop were considered in the development of specific goals to eliminate the hazards and minimize the risks associated with green jobs. These goals have been included in the Prevention through Design Plan for the National Initiative.