You’ll appraise work environments to see how safe and healthy they are.
You’ll advise employees on physical and psychological concerns and refer them to community and employee assistance programs.
You’ll introduce safety and disease prevention initiatives, such as disaster preparedness and healthy eating programs.
- Private practices
Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining 3,000 hours’ experience in Occupational Health.
Get your Occupational Health Nurse Certification through the American Board for Occupational Health Nurses.
You’re ready to work as an Occupational Health Nurse.
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