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Comment by Jen McDade on October 24, 2018 at 6:09am

Where can we start in addressing workplace mental health issues?

Comment by John Canepa on March 3, 2014 at 7:42pm

A EH&S Consultant who works with several Health Care clients - looking to network with others to discuss/establish best practices.

Comment by Krista Sonneson on November 1, 2011 at 2:46pm
Lukeav - Yes, ASSE has a newsletter available specifically for safety professionals in the healthcare industry. You can view a complimentary issue at For more information on ASSE and their Healthcare Practice Specialty, visit  
Comment by Kevin Gilbert on December 22, 2009 at 7:11pm
I have an automotive background as an Occupational Safety & Health professional and understand the Basic JCAHO Healthcare requirements and I'm looking for an opportunity in Healthcare as a Safety Officer. I have 13 years Manufacturing experience, 5 years Safety & Health experience, and 4 years Supervisory experience.

My email is and if anyone has such an opportunity I'd be happy to email my resume to them or just to touch base.

Regards, Kevin Gilbert-MSSM, BSIM
Comment by David Dryden on December 22, 2009 at 5:24pm
My company has workd with many hospital and healthcare industries to provide ppe and facility services that has decreased cross contamination and infection. I would be glad to share any information regarding.
Comment by Joy Hendrix on December 22, 2009 at 12:47pm
I work in the Occupational Safety department at a blood collection center that employees 1000 plus. I work with all injury types including BBP exposures and am on our risk management team geared towards bringing down our injury rates and experience mod.
Comment by Arlene Jones on June 29, 2009 at 1:42pm
2009 Flu Are you ready?

CDC & OSHA Issue Guidance for Handling Confirmed or Suspected Influenza Infection On April 24, 2009, the CDC stated that until further notice, Healthcare facilities should use the CDC’s October 2006 “Interim Guidance on Planning for the Use of Surgical Masks and Respirators in Healthcare Settings during an Influenza Pandemic”. This guidance insists that all personnel providing direct patient care should wear a fit-tested disposable N95 respirator and this respirator must be used in the cont… Continue
Added by Arlene Jones on June 29, 2009 at 1:17pm — No Comments
Comment by Mike Kleier on June 13, 2009 at 8:25am
Greetings, I work for a Kentucky self insured workers comp provider with a large number of healthcare facilities insured. I manage our loss prevention department. Perhaps I can share some of the safety initiatives that we offer our insureds/members and learn what some of you might find affective.
Comment by Randall Veatch on April 21, 2009 at 8:43pm
Securall manufactures a storage cabinet for medical gases including oxygen. It is NFPA 99 compliant.
Comment by Daniel Rosenthal RN on April 18, 2009 at 11:16pm
Looks promising, I operate a home based training service specializing in no-stress lie support training BLS< ACLS< PALS etc as well as nursing CE, we need to focus more on healthcare workers exposure to Infectious diseases that take a while to be identified, like TB, meningitis, hepatitis and AIDS. How often have we been aring for patients for 2 or 3 weeks while the AFB cuktures are cooking at antiquated "state labs" only to have the Infection control nurses come running breathlessly on the unit putting up isolation precautions on the patient and wanting to write up folks for not using the proper precautions. Something like closing the barn door after the horse has been gone for a while! Any ideas?

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NIOSH Research Explores Cleaning Ambulances With UV Light

Research at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health site in Morgantown is delving into a new method of disinfecting ambulances and other emergency vehicles that have transported…Continue

Started by Jay D. Rohman Jan 19, 2016.

Would you like to represent an International Association ISQEM as one of our Directors?

Invitation to apply for ISQEM Director This is your chance to raise you own professional profile in the HSQE industry by becoming a Director of ISQEM, and help increase our membership worldwide. If…Continue

Tags: international, free, membership, association, management

Started by Wayne Harris May 7, 2011.

What do you think about new employment screening policy?

Here here to see my post regarding a hospital in Tennessee who will no longer hire any applicants who use tobacco products...Is this a common trend now…Continue

Tags: policy, health, hospital, smoking, no

Started by Tara Binkoski Apr 22, 2010.

Working with Dementia: Safe Work Practices for Caregivers

This six part video series is free to download for use in your safety presentations or click-through to YouTube for embed codes to post them on your website.…Continue

Tags: videos, video, dementia, nursing, healthcare

Started by Dec 23, 2009.

Patient Lifts 3 Replies

Several of THR's hospitals are looking at purchasing new patient lifts, slings and patient raisers. We're looking at Arjos and Hoyers. What has been your experience with these? What type do you…Continue

Tags: raisers, patient, lifts, Patient

Started by Nona Hutcherson. Last reply by William Losefsky Nov 10, 2009.



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