Workshop: Educational Programs for Workers and Employees.
NIOSH 1977 Aug:109-114
The tremendous lack of educational resources in the field of occupational health presents many serious concerns. Training and educational money grants that have been awarded to various private groups have neglected the health aspect of OSHA regulations, professionals are not used to evaluate the health record monitoring procedures as mandated in local OSHA regional offices. The lack of a formal occupational health nursing program has prompted discussion with educators at Boston University, School of Nursing, in the continuing education division. For two consecutive years now, such a program has been offered. Possible aid from the federal government, local and state authorities, educators of both secondary and higher educational institutions, various media, unions, and private organizations in developing occupational health programs for the workers and the employer is considered. (Contract No. 210-77-0135)
NIOSH-Contract; Contract-210-77-0135; Education; Training; Health-care; Medical-services; Health-care-personnel; Health-science-personnel; Worker-health; Health-care-facilities; Industrial-medicine;
DHEW (NIOSH) Publication No. 77-172
Development of Clinic-Based Occupational Safety and Health Programs For Small Businesses, Division of Technical Services, NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio