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Rockville, MD 20850
Respiratory Protection Education Program for Healthcare Workers - Available at No Charge.
Commercial Driver Medical Examiner Online Training via ACOEM
Spirometry, Spirometry Refresher, Respirator Fit-Testing Training Courses
Dr. Mary Townsend
The DOT Examiner's Most Trusted Resource! For a full listing of our books visit OEM Press.
Medlock Consulting is a physician search firm dedicated to locating, evaluating, and facilitating the placement of quality physicians in superior environments. To us, this means never taking shortcuts and always maintaining professional and personal integrity.
"Defining the Future of Physicians Globally"
International Safety Systems, Inc.
(Global EHS Service Provider)
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Occupational Health Connections, Inc. (OHC) is a distinguished leader in occupational and employee health staffing and recruitment. For job opportunities, please visit: OHC website
Visit Relief EHS, LLC
Relief EHS is uniquely qualified to provide answers to your environmental health & safety (EHS) questions, make it easier for your business to comply with regulations, and help you achieve EHS goals while minimizing costs and potential liability.
PKB Consulting, LLC
Patricia K. Bertsche, PhD, FAAOHN -
Occupational Health & Wellness Consultant,
Leader in Global Occupational Health Program Development & Evaluation -
CHR Newsletter - April 4, 2019
The quality of CHR's services and the services provided by the clinics in our network is very important. Thank you for your feedback and support. Our clients say it best...
"It was a pleasure working with CHR and your team. Very professional organization that cares about the integrity of the service they provide. I will continue to sing your praises with my future co-workers and organizations that could benefit your business, because I know you are just that great."
"We do so appreciate your support with this funding over the years. You have been a real friend of Occupational Health and Environmental Nurses for a long time."
CDC Flu Update: Overall Activity Decreasing
According to this week's FluView report, overall influenza activity decreased since last week, but remains relatively high for this time of year. Thirty-four states and Puerto Rico continue to report widespread flu activity.
Four Simple and Effective Ways to Avoid Digital Eye Strain
Eye care professionals strongly recommend taking breaks throughout the workday to reduce eye fatigue and unnecessary eye strain. There are plenty of tips and tricks that can help you avoid digital eye strain while enjoying all of the technology you love.
Match the Pictogram to the Hazard
By Dec. 1, employers are required to have trained workers on chemical Safety Data Sheets and labels as part of OSHA's updated Hazard Communication Standard. Both new SDSs and labels will feature pictograms, and workers must know what hazards these pictograms represent.
Do You Live in a Stressed-out State?
With April being Stress Awareness Month and millennials reporting the highest average stress levels of any generation, the personal-finance website WalletHub has released its report on 2019's Most and Least Stressed States as well as accompanying videos.
Fire Safety: Prevention and Protection in the Office
Accounting for employees in the event of an emergency is vital. The Emergency Action Plan should address how to accurately account for all employees. This article will focus on what you, as an employee, can do to protect yourself and co-workers in the office.
Shift Work Is Tough on Workers' Hearts
Millions of Americans work in shifts, and new research suggests it's doing no favors for their cardiovascular health. Physicians and patients should take this occupational situation as an additional risk factor for heart disease, and initiate prevention and treatment early.
Violence Against Long-term Care Staff 'Normalized'
Violence against staff working in long-term care facilities--including physical assault, verbal abuse and sexual harassment--has become 'normalized,' according to a new study. The research found that incidents of violence and verbal abuse remain largely unreported.
- AAOHN National Conference, April 8-10, 2019
Booth Number: 509
- AOHC, April 28, 2019
Booth Number: 300
- ATHNA, June 4, 2019
- Safety 2019, June 9-12, 2019
- LAOHN, July 24-26, 2019
- TSAOHN, November 7-9, 2019
- More to come; Stay tuned...
Occupational Health Registered Nurse
Corporate Health Resources (CHR) is seeking an Occupational Health Registered Nurse to perform case management, arrange initial medical appointments for work-related illness/injury, and coordinate the medical surveillance program.
The job is full-time: two days/week in the Southern San Francisco area, 2 days/week in Sunnyvale, and 1 day/week in Redwood City. The company has signed a lease to consolidate all three locations in Southern San Francisco in 2020.
CEU and recertification reimbursements are available, along with an excellent benefits package. CHR is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
For more information, please contact HR@chr.com.