Occupational Health & Safety Principles and Nursing Certification Review
presented by Annette Haag and Indiana University Health
August 25 -27, 2015
Indianapolis IN 46202
Click here for the brochure and additional information.
AOHP 2015 National Conference
September 9 - 11, 2015
Registration is now open for the AOHP conference to be held in San
Francisco, CA on September 9-12, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency San
Francisco. Benefit from the exchange of successful ideas, experiences
and research practices, network with peers and earn continuing
education hours in a wide variety of content areas to help advance your
AOHP Website and Registration
Respiratory Protection Education & Resources Webkit
Now available FREE from AAOHN
This educational product is designed for occupational and environmental nurses and awards 1.5 CNEs for a comprehensive review and update for the Respiratory Protection (RP) OSHA Standard. The resources available with the educational module make this a webpage that is ONE-STOP SHOPPING for everything respiratory protection!
Learn more by downloading the flyer or go to the AAOHN website for additional information.
"Certified Self-Assessment Tests"!
Are you getting ready to take an exam? Do you know that ABOHN offers CSAT's for each exam type?
CSAT's are "certified self-assessment tests" created by certified occupational health nurses which may help you assess your readiness to take an exam. CSAT's conform to the specific exam's blueprint and core content areas, have 50 questions and provide a written rationale for each correct answer.
ABOHN offers two unique volumes for all three credentials. Follow this link for the CSAT order form.
Video Now Available
We know that committing to becoming certified can be stressful. Our testing provider, Applied Management Professionals (AMP) has released a video which gives detailed information on scheduling instructions and what to expect on test day. This great resource was designed to help better prepare AMP testing candidates during the process.
Please go here to view the video.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is
developing the Occupational Health and Safety Network (OHSN).
OHSN Allows you to benchmark
the safety of your
Helps you target prevention and
intervention strategies to decrease work-related
Creates a community of leaders to share
Helps you track your own data to meet OSHA
and Joint Commission requirements
Integrates with your current data
collection process to minimize effort
To learn more...Visit: www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/ohsn/
How can you get involved with OHSN?
Start preparing to be an early adopter of OHSN by beginning to adapt
your current injury data collection processes to conform
to the OHSN data standards available at www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/ohsn/.
Please feel free to contact the following with
questions or comments:
Ahmed Gomaa MD, ScD, MSPH, Medical Officer (AGomaa@cdc.gov)
Sara Luckhaupt MD, MPH, Medical Officer (SLuckhaupt@cdc.gov)
OHSN Team (NIOSHOHSN@cdc.gov)
Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations & Field Studies
National Institute for
Occupational Safety and Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention