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1 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Vision and Mission Proverb “Without a vision, the people perish” Vision- to protect the physical and mental health of the NASA workforce Mission- To mitigate the suffering from occupational and non-occupational disease (NASA employee health better than the general population)

2 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Core Competencies Occupational Medicine Industrial Hygiene Workers’ Compensation Employee Assistance Program Physical Fitness

3 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Biennial Program Reviews Code R centers, MAF,SSC,KSC,WSTF and DRFC - even years MSFC,JSC,GSFC,WFF,JPL,HQ - odd years Standing Committees (OEB’s) Ad hoc (Special invitation,Accident Boards)

4 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Program Reviews- Purpose Regulatory Compliance (OSHA,OWCP,OPM) NASA Standards (NPD/G 1800’s) Assure Consistency,Adequacy of Programs Awareness and Advocacy Best Practices and Provide Assistance Technical Advice

5 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Occupational Medicine (Physician, Nursing) Health Education and Awareness Medical Review Officer (Drug Free Work Place) Emergency Medical Services Child Care Facilities (medical aspects)

6 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Industrial Hygiene Environmental Health Radiological Health (Ionizing and Non-Ionizing) Environmental Sanitation

7 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Workers’ Compensation Case management/ return to work Federal Worker 2000 compliance Cost and reporting Interface with related disciplines- safety,medical, human resources,payroll NPG on WC management

8 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Employee Assistance Programs Physical & Psychological Health of Employees Access to Center Management Critical Incident Response Involvement Adequate Staffing On line Training

9 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Physical Fitness Programs Safe Facility On-site Trained Personnel Fitness Classes American College Sports Medicine consensus standards Increase utilization

10 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Other Programs Nutrition Procedures Extant NPD’s NPG NPG 1800.x

11 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Procedures Checklist format for disciplines for Standardization Metrics and Database Program Advocacy Closeouts with SME’s and Center Management

12 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Procedures- Checklists in place: Occupational Medicine, Industrial Hygiene, Health Physics, EAP, Fitness, Child Care, Workers’ Compensation, and Food Sanitation Checklists To Be Done: EMS, Nutrition

13 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Since We Met Last: Launch Site Services Contract (LSSC) Performanced Based, Award Fee Contract, Incumbent contract/employees Industrial Hygiene vacant. Level of Funding Increased Medical Quality Assurance Epidemiological Feasibility Training dollars available

14 Occupational Health Program Schedules and Procedures Since We Met Last: New Iniatives Medical Quality Assurance Program Plan Model Statement of Work (SOW) for medical and industrial hygiene contracts WMD Policy Development Critical Incident Stress Debriefing EAP’s

15 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference Location: Washington,DC, Willard Hotel, July 8-12, 2002 Concurrent meeting with the NASA Health Physicists Theme: Assessment and Management of Health Threats

16 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference Two blocks from White House, the Willard is ranked as the #1 hotel in Washington DC according to Conde Nast Traveler 2002 Gold List, The World’s Best Places to Stay

17 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference -- Assessment and Management of Health Threats Location: Washington,DC, Willard Hotel, July 7-12, 2002 Government Rate/Fire Safety app‘d. Extensively remodeled large rooms Historic hotel, since 1816 Fitness room, mall jogging 56K lines, no pool

18 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference -- Assessment and Management of Health Threats Professional Development Course Monday, July 8, 2002: RISK COMMUNICATION Dr. Peter Sandman, Professor at Rutgers University, Robert Woods Johnson Medical School, founder of Environmental Communications Research Program at Rutgers and noted author. Monday evening: Reception “The Nest”

19 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference -- Assessment and Management of Health Threats Professional Development Course Tuesday July 9, 2002: Management of Radiological Terrorist Events Dr. Ray Johnson, Director of the Radiation Safety Academy. Multiple engineering degrees and Ph.D. from Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute

20 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference -- Assessment and Management of Health Threats Plenary Session: Tuesday, July 9 th US ARMY Research Institute for Infectious Diseases: COL Theodore Cielsak, Biological Terrorsim COL Charles Hurst, Chemical Terrorsim CPT. Cutis Cummings, Radiological Terrorism

21 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference -- Assessment and Management of Health Threats Plenary Session: Wednesday July 10 Updates on OHP Program from NASA on Medical Quality Assurance and WMD policy Luncheon Speaker: Kenneth Cooper, MD, MPH, Cooper Aerobics Center and Cooper Institute, Dallas on: “Preserving Cardiovascular Health”

22 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference -- Assessment and Management of Health Threats Plenary Session: Wednesday July 9 th, (continued) Afternoon: Medical/Nursing; IH, EAP breakouts Evening - Medical COTR’s Reception

23 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference -- Assessment and Management of Health Threats Plenary Sessions: Thursday July 10 th, Dr. Kimberly Young, Internet Addictions Workers’ Compensation breakout Afternoon & evening- tour of the District of Columbia

24 Occupational Health Program 2002 Conference -- Assessment and Management of Health Threats Plenary Sessions: Friday July 12 th Planned blockbuster presentation by a noted national government figure.


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