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Experience Experience
03/2015 present
Houston, TX
Senior Occupational Health Nurse
Houston, TX
Senior Occupational Health Nurse
03/2015 present
Houston, TX
Senior Occupational Health Nurse
03/2015 present
  • Responsible for securing and developing all records, equipment, and programs related to occupational health services
  • Manage sites Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT) Program including current training on First Aid/BBP/CPR-AED
  • Manage sites Substance Abuse Program including quarterly random testing
  • Assists in developing and administering the annual budget
  • Maintains and cultivates a safe working environment
  • Participates in the development of Site Business plans supporting key Global Health initiatives
  • Participates in the Employee Development Program process. Attends continuing education programs
12/2008 11/2014
Dallas, TX
Occupational Health Nurse Manager
Dallas, TX
Occupational Health Nurse Manager
12/2008 11/2014
Dallas, TX
Occupational Health Nurse Manager
12/2008 11/2014
  • Provide expertise and support of clinical staff in partnership with the Occupational Health Medical Director to assure compliance with policies and procedures related to clinical occupational health operations. This includes, but is not limited to, worksite injury/illness triage and treatment, workers compensation case management, audiograms and hearing conservation program management, vision testing, urine collection, blood collection, spirometry, respirator surveillance and fit testing, injections and basic first aid
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to support program development, such as medical providers, third-party administrators, legal advisors, medical director, regulatory agencies, etc. Role will be recognized as the QuadMed organizational expert in Occupational Health Nursing policy and procedure. Implements program goals and policies that have been established in collaboration with the medical and administrative leadership
  • Manage the Drug Testing Program (DOT & Non-DOT). Collects drug screen specimens according to National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) guidelines. Perform Breath Alcohol testing
  • Perform clinical services and direct nursing care, consistent with scope of State Nurse Practice Acts for both occupational and non- occupational injury/illness
  • Deliver services to maintain safe and healthy workforce; participate as a first responder to onsite accidents/injuries and oversee the onsite Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT)
  • Oversee the administration of occupational injury program, including working with the external healthcare providers, insurance carrier or third party administrator to reduce employee lost time and contain costs
  • Develop and monitor education and training program for new staff in occupational health program including clinical concepts and procedures, use of equipment, proper charting techniques or other issues involving the delivery of services
01/2003 11/2008
Philadelphia, PA
Occupational Health Nurse
Philadelphia, PA
Occupational Health Nurse
01/2003 11/2008
Philadelphia, PA
Occupational Health Nurse
01/2003 11/2008
  • Communication with external providers, employee and management to provide safe early return to work
  • Workers Compensation – work with insurance carrier, medical providers, physical therapist and employee to track cases and ensure effective case management
  • Manage worker’s compensation cases in conjunction with production activities, employee work restrictions and return to work programs
  • Provide case management services for employees on medical leave of absence from work
  • Work closely with Health and Safety Manager and assist in accident investigation and reduction programs
  • Coordinate employee’s work related injury care with the Work Comp physician and staff, the Work Comp insurance carrier and with any specialist involved
  • Provide nurse case management for Return to Work programs, ADA and FMLA compliance
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Chapman University
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Skills Skills
  • 3 years of job-related experience in Occupational Health Services (OHS). Certifications in related fields highly desirable
  • Demonstrated ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams, ideally with experience working with employees, managers and health professionals
  • Strong knowledge of OHSA Standards and Worker’s Compensation laws
  • Detail oriented but able to understand the big picture
  • Able to use knowledge and intuition concurrently while reacting to unusual or emergent medical situations
  • Computer, writing, excellent verbal, excellent customer service skills, teaching skills, experienced in daily
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good working knowledge of FMLA, HIPAA regulations, workers’ compensation laws, and OSHA record-keeping
  • Able to attend workshops/trainings to update skills and acquire additional technical knowledge
  • Strong knowledge of the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB)
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5+ years of Supervisory experience in an Acute Care setting
  • Previous Occupational Health experience
  • Fit test certification
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Open Enrollment
  • Associate Events and Stewardship Events
  • FMLA and LOA
  • Must be a licensed nurse
  • A minimum of 5 years of nursing experience required
  • Current knowledge of Texas Workmans’ Compensation System required
  • Broad-based Computer Skills (Excel Word Power-Point) required
  • Occupational nursing experience highly preferred
  • RN preferred
  • Certification in Occupational Health Nurse/Case Management preferred
  • Recommend Certification Occupational Hearing Conservationist
  • Recommend Certification in Pulmonary Functions Testing
  • Recommend American Red Cross Emergency Response Instructor
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administers workers' compensation program for site. Works with medical community, managers/supervisors, outfitters, workers compensation insurance company and Corporate to ensure appropriate care is given and return to work is achieved
  • Manages short-term disability and family medical leave program for site. Ensures outfitters are aware of and appropriately use benefits available to them
  • Implements, delivers, evaluates, and analyzes wellness programs for site. Administer and coordinate a variety of wellness programs and opportunities such as flu shots, hepatitis vaccinations, blood donation, blood pressure checks, and similar programs and services within scope of medical qualifications or in partnership with local providers
  • Provides on-site medical services to outfitters. Provides first aid treatment for injuries/illnesses. Establishes, trains, directs, and maintains the voluntary site Emergency Response Team. Maintain integrity of first aid kits on site. Work in collaboration with the area health care providers for workers compensation, FMLA/STD adherence and identifying monitoring restricted work activities
  • Conducts site required screenings, such as post-offer lift tests, drug/alcohol testing, past medical history as appropriate for all new outfitters and seasonal returns. Completes random drug/alcohol testing and monitors last chance agreement random testing. Works to ensure that outfitters are medically stable to perform the work required
  • Maintains confidential employee health information and records
  • Chairs safety committee. Encourages participation in the facility Safety Committee as well as any safety initiatives in the facility. Implements new safety programs in coordination with Corporate Safety function
  • Oversees Hazmat program for facility. Conducts monthly audits of hazardous products and provide training as needed
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Deliver basic nursing services related to employee illness and injury
  • Respond to on-site medical emergencies, consult and coordinate advanced on-site medical care when needed
  • Assume responsibility for basic health clinical administration, including but not limited to maintaining clinical order, delivering new employee orientation presentations, and maintaining metrics and measurements for corporate Medical functions via the HR data system (PeopleSoft)
  • Act the liaison between local facility and the Corporate Medical Department to ensure medical services meet the needs the facility and its employees
  • Support medical staff and outside entities in determining the work-relatedness of injuries, complying with governmental regulations, and conducting investigations
  • Conduct OSHA mandated surveillance exams
  • Licensed as a Registered Nurse, advanced practice Licensed Practical Nurse, or International equivalent
  • College/university degree or equivalent experience
  • Experience and knowledge of the various areas of occupational healthcare delivery
  • Critical thinking and good problem-solving skills
  • 2 or more years of acute or occupational nursing experience
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assume responsibility for basic health clinical administration, including but not limited to maintaining clinical order, delivering new employee orientation presentations, and maintaining metrics and measurements for Caterpillar Medical functions via multiple data systems
  • Act the liaison between local facility and the Caterpillar Medical Department to ensure medical services meet the needs the facility and its employees
  • Standard working hours are 3 days/week during 1ST shift hours based on Business Unit need
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Emergency care experience (ER, ICU)
  • Occupational health background
  • Case management experience
  • Audiometric Testing experience
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3+ years in Occupational Health or Employee Health Services
  • Associate’s Degree in Nursing
  • CPR/AED training and certification
  • Strong background in the Medical-Surgical Nursing or Community Health
  • Solid problem solving skills
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Select a function
  • Airline Pilot/Copilot/Flight Engineer
  • Analyst
  • Business Development
  • Commerical and Industry Relations
  • Co-Ops/Interns
  • E-business
  • Engineering
  • Environment, Health & Safety
  • Facilities
  • Field Service Operations
  • Finance
  • General
  • General Management
  • Government Relations
  • Hourly
  • Information Technology
  • Internal Audit
  • International Trade Compliance
  • Legal
  • Operations
  • Procurement
  • Program Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Research/Development
  • Sales
  • Strategic Planning
  • Supply Chain Management
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3+ years of Occupational Health experience
  • Working knowledge of FMLA, OSHA, workers' compensation, ADA and other federal regulations
  • Previous experience in a Manufacturing setting
  • Certification in Occupational Health Nursing and/or Case Management
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Function as an autonomous nurse with the ability to respond independently to the majority of clinical situations
  • Respond to and even lead on-site medical emergency response
  • Seek ways to innovate, improve and create best-in-class occupational medical practices
  • Provide case management services for employees on medical leave of absence from work
  • Act as the centralized repository for medical data and the HIPAA-compliant liaison
  • Support C+B and HR in the administration of various disability plans and payroll policies
  • Receive and critically evaluate medical documentation to determine the need for medical leave and the appropriateness of both medical restrictions and accommodations
  • Consult and provide feedback to employees and providers on evidence bases practice guidelines
  • Assist occupational physicians in evaluating readiness for return-to-work
  • Serve as a member of the disability management team in the ongoing improvement of the case management processes
  • Minimum of 3 years in occupational medicine or acute care
  • Minimum of 6 years nursing experience
  • Experience managing an emergency responder program
  • Experience managing a wellness program
  • Able to learn and manipulate various on-line databases
  • Ability to work any shift as needed
  • Experience with Medgate
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Deliver comprehensive nursing services related to employee illness and injury
  • Responsible for functioning as an autonomous nurse with the ability to respond independently to the majority of clinical situations
  • Respond to and lead on-site medical emergency response
  • May assume all daily responsibilities of lower occupational health nurses
  • Mentor, train, educate lower occupational health nurses
  • Act as a subject matter expert and advisor on occupational health for projects within or beyond the core Medical Department
  • Responsible for design, implementation and quality management of specialized occupational health
  • Licensed as a Licensed Practical Nurse or a Registered Nurse or International equivalent
  • 3 to 5 years progressively responsible job-related experience in occupational medicine or acute care
  • Current CPR certified
  • Well organized
  • Accountability, flexibility and project management skills
  • Knowledge in various areas of occupational health and Human Resources
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3+ years of previous experience in a Hospital setting; 2+ years of Occupational Health experience, NJ workers comp practices/procedure
  • Practical knowledge of OSHA guidelines
  • Evidence of continuing education in history and physical assessment and Infection Control
  • Knowledge of workers’ compensation laws’ local, state and federal regulatory requirements; and systems for maintaining health records
  • Knowledge of legal and ethical issues related to occupational health care practice
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN or COHN-S)
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • This is a PRN FLEX staffing position. This position will require availability to potentially work all 3 shifts as needed per business unit
  • This position will require a minimum of 16 hours per month to maintain position
  • At least 1 year of clinical experience
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Five or more years of nursing experience of which 3 years are in emergency room nursing, critical care, occupational health, urgent care or ambulatory care
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, demonstrated teamwork and ability to collaborate
  • Demonstrated critical thinking skills in previous positions
  • Computer proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, electronic health record software
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide First Aid assistance
  • Host a quarterly update meeting with the onsite First Aiders to share best practice
  • Complete Screenings and medicals such as FELT medicals, pre-employment checks/ Welder screening and Spirometry
  • Administer flu jabs and vaccinations
  • Proactively manage the onsite Health Advocates and drive health initiative programs to maintain Health Award
  • Liaise with the physiotherapist, chiropodist, Company Doctor and other medical professionals
  • Attend monthly staff meetings with the wider Human Resource Department
  • Drive health and wellbeing campaigns
  • Compile clinical records and business focused management advice letters
  • Must be dedicated to the continuous improvement of the department
  • Previous experience of administering vaccinations
  • Registered General Nurse
  • Able to maintain employee records that are accurate, legible, concise and coherent, in accordance with the NMC standards
  • Health surveillance experience is essential
  • Supervisory Skills: able to lead meetings and supervise x1 report
  • Ability to work to deadlines
  • Able to work with clients both on the phone and face to face
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Be able to work as part of a wider HR team
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements relative to clinical operations
  • Experience within an occupational health environment
  • Degree in Occupational nursing
  • Vibration Screening
  • Experience of drug and alcohol testing
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1+ year of Occupational Health experience
  • Infection control experience
  • Knowledge of Joint Commission regulations required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of Joint Commission regulations
  • Infection Control experience
  • Certification in Employee Health
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversee and manage the administrative and operational activities of occupational health services
  • Assure compliance with regulatory requirements related to clinical operations
  • Responsible for assuring the appropriate access and utilization of healthcare services
  • Evaluate and treat all injuries and illnesses in an efficient and professional manner within the scope of practice and consistent with clinical nursing guidelines
  • Guide and direct all referrals to outside healthcare providers and services
  • 15%
  • Required minimum 3 years nursing experience in occupational health
  • Preferred BSN and/or certification in Occupational Health Nursing (COHN or COHN/S)
  • Recent case management experience preferred
  • Required CPRIAED Certification
  • Required Massachusetts RN License, current and in good standing
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing global health wellness programs
  • Biologics manufacturing or R&D experience desirable
  • Current malpractice insurance
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience with phlebotomy
  • PPD placement experience
  • Experience administering vaccines
  • Prior occupational health experience
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Occupational Health Nurse, Entry Level Resume Examples & Samples

  • Process Short Term Medical Absences (return to work from short term absence)
  • Process RTW from medical leave absence
  • Schedule appointments for examinations
  • Must be available and willing to work between the hours of 7:30am -6:00pm
  • Registered Nurse (RN) in the state of Michigan
  • 3+ years’ experience in injury or critical care area (e.g. emergency room, urgent care, etc.)
  • 1+ years experience in MS Offices
  • Bachelor Degree in Nursing (BSN)
  • Emergency care experience preferred (ER, ICU)
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated phlebotomy skills
  • Good customer relations and communication skills
  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or equivalent education
  • Certification in Occupational Health Nursing
  • 2+ years of experience in Occupational Health Nursing
  • Certification in Hearing Conservation and Spirometry
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas
  • Experience with computer-based medical documentation
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Understand and promote Magna’s philosophies and Employee’s Charter
  • Development and on-going implementation of BGM’s wellness program
  • Administer and oversee the initial and continuing care for work and non-work related illnesses/injuries and coordinating offsite care as needed
  • Serve as advisor to leadership team on issues related to occupational health and provide action plans for reducing the number of incidents and the associated costs
  • Oversee the administration of worker’s compensation, the maintenance of accurate documentation and records as required by regulatory and internal procedural standards
  • Assist in the administration of FMLA
  • Handle team member medical issues with high level of professionalism and confidentiality
  • Track OSHA required and first responder certifications and facilitate recertification as necessary to meet regulatory and BGM internal standards
  • Ensure HR compliance within Magna HS&E requirements, including the Hearing Conservation Program
  • Follow all plant safety policies and procedures
  • Ability to multi-task and function in a fast-paced environment
  • Must have comprehensive knowledge of nursing care
  • Ability to work in a professional and confidential manner
  • Ability to communicate and maintain a positive, professional relationship with team members
  • Ability to cooperate with other agencies to coordinate services
  • Must have good interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
  • 3-5 Years of occupational health nurse, in a large heavy manufacturing environment experience required
  • Able to attend workshops/trainings to update skills and acquire additional technical knowledge
  • Good working knowledge of FMLA, HIPAA regulations, workers’ compensation laws, and OSHA record-keeping
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Occupational Health Nurse, Supplemental LAP Resume Examples & Samples

  • Process Clinical Records
  • Conduct Fitness-for-Duty
  • Audiometric Testing
  • Knowledge of Audiometric Testing
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provision of Medical Care (Emergency & Non-Emergency)
  • Process Reinstatement
  • Preliminary exam elements Physical Examination
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Occupational Health Nurse Sharonville Transmission Resume Examples & Samples

  • Process Medical Leaves of Absence
  • Open, extend and close medical leaves
  • Must be available to work all shifts
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HBO Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide initial assessment, direct care, treatment, and follow up of health events using established protocols and procedures
  • Perform health screenings and health assessments and provide health-related counseling and coaching
  • Make referrals to the employee assistance programs
  • Maintain OSHA compliance
  • Treat Occupational Health injuries/illnesses
  • Administer vaccinations and blood draws
  • Conduct medical and diagnostic tests and procedures (vaccinations, Cholestech testing, vitals) in a fast paced clinic. Process all paperwork associated with patient visits, including data entry
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Occupational Health Nurse Chicago Stamping Plant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conduct Medical Surveillance
  • Respirator Fit Testing
  • Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS)
  • 3+ years’ experience in emergency room care
  • Current Licensure and Certification in the State of Illinois
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 70% -Use knowledge and skills to function competently and independently in the provision of a broad spectrum of health care issues, illnesses or injuries. Perform medical interpretations and interventions in an autonomous manner on daily basis. Work in an independent manner to swiftly analyze and accurately identify, assess, manage, treat any medical illness, injury or emergent situation as it arises with minimal clinical data. Provide surveillance and referral for high risk employees of real or potential health problems and hazards. Adhere to appropriate dispensation of medications, being knowledgeable and cognizant of drug implications and interactions. Provide up-to-date accurate consultations on broad-based and varied medical and health related information. Serve as one of the gatekeepers for health services, rehabilitation, and return to work issues. Apply expertise to provide cost-effective on-site care to company employees. Ability to obtain, test and interpret lab testing
  • 10% - Conduct physical assessment with pre-employment (help to match worker’s capabilities to job requirements) and annual physical examinations. Perform venipuncture EKGs, biometrics and other pertinent markers for health status assessment. Provide support and assistance to physicians. Monitor external health examiners for branch and broadcasting. Schedule and coordinate physicals
  • 5% - Act as a liaison between physician, management and employees expediting feedback to all persons involved. Ensure adherence to ethical and HIPAA regulations and CDC and Infection Control guidelines
  • 5% -Medical assessment of diagnosis, prognosis and restrictions and use of medical expertise to interpret, question and communicate directly with treating physicians on health and disability issues. If reported documentation is questionable, communication with the personal physician for clarification must be completed. Ease the integration of employees back to work by accurately accommodating any needed restrictions serving as a liaison between physician, employee, management and HR
  • 5% - Maintain awareness of technological, professional and legal changes associated with occupational health
  • 5% - Assess and provide appropriate care and treatment for work related injuries. Recommend and administer vaccinations for communicable diseases ie: influenza, Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B
  • Must possess a broad and varied working knowledge of family medicine, public health, communicable disease, medical standards and practice, and relating laws and regulations (HIPAA, etc.)
  • Requires practitioner to have a sound theoretical base, competent clinical and analytical skills to meet the demands of diverse roles and responsibilities
  • Must be able to work independently/autonomously outside of a controlled medical environment
  • Able to use knowledge and intuition concurrently while reacting to unusual or emergent medical situations
  • Needs to have ability to negotiate with external providers to ensure Meredith’s guidelines are followed
  • Keeps current with scientific updates and social issues relating to health topics
  • Phlebotomy skills necessary
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Occupational health nursing experience
  • Proficient in doing pulmonary function testing
  • CAOHC certified
  • 2 + years of Occupational Health Nursing experience
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 25% - Triage and treatment of employees with work related and personal injuries/ illnesses
  • 15% - Management of the Cargill Conditioning Program
  • 10% - Filing / Administrative Duties
  • 10% - Pre-placement medicals
  • 10% - Customer service to Health Services department clients (answer phone, questions, assist with completing paperwork)
  • 10% - Management of the Health Surveillance Program
  • 10% - Wellness / Health Promotion Activities
  • 5% - Facilitation of weekly onsite Physician clinic
  • 5% - Drug & Alcohol screening / Follow-up
  • Bachelor of Nursing
  • Registered Nurse with CARNA
  • First aid and triaging experience
  • Demonstrated strong computer/technical skills and capabilities (e.g. Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, Powerpoint)
  • Proven ability to multitask
  • Demonstrated autonomous decision maker
  • Ability to work in continuously changing environment
  • Able to work a flexible work schedule which includes second shift and weekends
  • Must be legally entitled to work for Cargill in Canada
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Lead Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 50% Manages Health Services Department through efficient utilization of available staff, implementation of policies and procedures and supervision of department staff. Coordinates activities of other professional staff functioning within, and outside of the department, i.e. physicians, physician assistants, advance registered nurse practitioner, physical therapist, etc
  • 20% Executes Corporate mandated programs and recordkeeping as outlined per the corporate policy/procedures. Reviews staff development: recruitment, training, performance appraisals and provide assistance to the Health Services Manager on health related issues
  • 15% Coordinates annual compliance programs and training; CPR/AED/First Aid, Blood-borne Pathogens, Hearing Conservation, Respiratory/Hazmat. Coordinates and ensures proper implementation and execution of the Post-Offer Pre-placement physical process. Ensures compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA) Manages and ensures compliance with Cargill’s Medical Privacy Policy
  • 10% Creates, develops, organizes and coordinates activities related to health and wellness education. Collaborate with Health Services Manager and HR on the following programs: STD. LTD and Medical Accommodation process
  • 5% Coordinates employee injury management with the locations WSIB Claims Manager
  • Graduate of an accredited Registered Nursing Program with current active CNO RN license. Has Professional Liability Protection (PLP)
  • Competent with Microsoft Office and Electronic Health Records
  • Strong Leadership/Conflict Resolution Skills
  • Office space is located in an area of the plant with limitations
  • Ability to work in environments that are regulated at temperatures different than normal comfort zones
  • Personal Protective Equipment must be worn in production areas in accordance with Food Safety Guidelines
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • First Aid Certificate
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Basic Counseling Skills
  • First Aid at work (preferable)
  • Industrial Audiometry Interpretation and analysis
  • Spirometry Interpretation and analysis
  • Basic understanding of Industrial Hygiene and its approach to biological monitoring
  • Understanding Mental Health Issues and various approaches to treatment
  • Occupational Health Update
  • Overcoming the trauma of sudden death
  • Required to undergo continuous professional development and training to maintain effective nurse registration
  • Must demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Be able to demonstrate effective decision-making skills
  • Able to prioritize demands for service provision
  • Maintain individual confidentiality and record keeping to good standard
  • Work within set registered nurse guidelines
  • Ability to produce procedures / policies to ensure continual improvement in OH provision using J&J standards for guidance
  • Comply with national regulations/Legislation
  • Support Employee Assistance programmes through HR and OH collaboration
  • Achieve a proactive/supportive OH department to enhance employee health and wellness.Occupational Health
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides clinical healthcare services including: Nursing care for Injuries & illnesses, Case Management of Occupational Injuries and Illness, Medical Surveillance examination, Travel Health and general health education and health coaching
  • Is responsible for compliance associated with occupational health at the locations they support including, compliance with applicable OSHA regulations and recordkeeping and J&J global health standards
  • Drives increased health outcomes including reducing population health risks, managing and eliminating workplace health risks and supporting improved business outcomes through advancing employee health and wellbeing
  • Delivers agreed-to regional Health metrics and outcomes
  • Ensures delivery of integrated services in accordance with Health Services and regulatory guidelines and in alignment with the business needs of our customers
  • Maintains accurate clinical records, including use of an Electronic Medical Record. Utilize approved medical, nursing and statistical formats
  • Provides support to the First Aid teams
  • Partners with other members of the Global Health team as well as Human Resources, Safety and management partners to encourage an integrated team approach to solving problems
  • Work week of 19.5 hours a week is required
  • Minimum of Five (5) years of experience as a professional nurse required. Three (3) or more years of Occupational Health Nursing experience required
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas (e.g., ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Workers' Compensation) preferred
  • Phlebotomy proficiency required
  • Strong interpersonal and people skills including the ability to motivate, cooperate and work effectively with others, and build partnerships with various departments required
  • Proficiency with MS Office required. Experience with computer-based medical documentation preferred. Typing skills adequate for documenting in the Electronic Medical Record preferred
  • Work week of 19.5 hours a week is required.Occupational Health
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Occupational Health Nurse nd Shift Resume Examples & Samples

  • A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
  • At least one (1) year of experience in occupational health, emergency room or intensive care nursing
  • Registered Nurse license and PR Nursing College Collegiate
  • Computer literacy (Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in Spanish
  • Available to work an 8 hours-2nd shift (Monday to Friday, 2:00 pm – 10:30 pm) and provide on-call support after working hours and work overtime as needed
  • Physical requirements include eye-hand coordination and near acute vision
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Occupational Health Nurse Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and implement policies and procedures in compliance with local, state, and federal regulatory healthcare requirements, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations, Department of Transportation regulations and other regulatory agencies as applicable
  • Ensure OSHA mandated programs and record keeping standards are completed to comply with regulations
  • Manage the Drug Testing Program (DOT & Non-DOT). Collects drug screen specimens according to National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) guidelines. Perform Breath Alcohol testing
  • Perform clinical services and direct nursing care, consistent with scope of State Nurse Practice Acts for both occupational and non- occupational injury/illness
  • Participate as a member of facility’s Safety Committee and any other requested Committees
  • Perform as a key business partner in areas such as quality improvement procedures/protocols, cost containment programs, community involvement, policies/procedures to ensure compliance and return on investment analysis
  • Prepare reports and maintain associate health files in a confidential HIPPA compliance manner and other duties as required
  • The ability to sit, stand, walk and use hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, mouse, and telephone to talk and hear
  • Must be able to do limited travel to Sysco facilities or operating companies
  • Must work with all employees having a wide variety of illnesses, injuries, infections and any and all other maladies; medical or mental within scope of practice
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide initial injury intake, follow up and closing on injury cases
  • Provide initial contact with injured worker, medical treatment provider and other appropriate stakeholders
  • Obtain history of present injury and triage to most appropriate level of care
  • Evaluate injury against current job functions, determine mechanism of injury, and take related medical history
  • Provide guidance regarding self-care or first aid
  • Interact with on-site medical personnel, Human Resources, SH&E, local medical providers and other designated personnel for proper initiation and follow-up of possible work-related injuries and illnesses
  • Assist and work with case managers, physician, therapists, contract nurses and workers' compensation insurance representatives
  • Perform data entry, electronic scheduling, and reports as requested
  • Must be able to work a diary system, keep the diaries current and document accordingly
  • Serve as an advocate for the injured/ill employee during the recovery process; provides support, information, and education to improve the employee’s knowledge about their health and self-care, and enhances their understanding of the health care treatment plan and process with the goal of safe return to work
  • Provide excellent customer service to employees and stakeholders
  • Valid and unrestricted Registered Nurse license for the state of Texas
  • A minimum of 3 years clinical experience
  • 3+ years Workers’ Compensation, Occupational Health or Disability Management case management experience
  • Ability to obtain Occupational Health and/or Case Management certification within 2 years of employment
  • Must have positive telephone interaction skills including ability to ask open-ended questions to identify problems and focus conversation for goal directed and time limited conversation
  • Must be able to interact effectively with various internal stakeholders and other designated personnel for proper initiation and follow-up of possible work-related injuries and illnesses
  • Must have strong listening, written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to maintain business etiquette through emails, telephone conversations and in meeting environments
  • Strong computer skills including being proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, specifically Word, Excel and Power Point
  • Must be technical adept to utilize systems software in efficient and effective manner
  • Strong negotiating skills
  • Proven ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Self-motivated and self-directed with strong problem solving skills
  • Strong organization and prioritization skills
  • Must work productively and independently to accomplish goals of the job per caseload
  • Ability to work effectively in fast paced environment, use own initiative, effectively multi-task and prioritize
  • Positive and enthusiastic attitude, self-motivated professional
  • Telephonic case management experience
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) preferred
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish speaking)
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides nursing services and emergency (first-aid) treatments to employees who become ill or suffer an accident on company premises, arranging for transportation to another care provider, if needed. Notifies all concerned
  • Under supervision of a physician, administers medications and performs various minor treatments or therapies for injured or ill employees. Administers injections for allergies and for overseas travel as directed by the physician
  • Provides various preventive health evaluations and tests in accordance with the company Health Services program protocols
  • Conducts health profiles, health evaluations and other services within the integrated employee Health Services & Resources strategy including but not limited to: health promotion education, health screenings, and drug screenings
  • Complies with policy, procedures, written standing orders, protocols and medical directives as required by the company and State Nurse Practice Act
  • Maintains accurate clinical records, utilizing approved medical, nursing and statistical formats, including computer technology
  • Advises and counsels employees within areas of core competency and integrated services and makes appropriate referrals (internal and external) when indicated
  • Provides advice, counsel and access to education to and for first aid personnel
  • Develops knowledge of the occupational hazards/exposures, and treatment thereof, for the specific location
  • Assists in the process of medical leaves of absence and Workers’ Compensation as required
  • Participates in periodic evaluations (customer surveys, trend analysis, etc.) of the effectiveness of the Health Services & Resources services provided to the employees
  • Assists in maintaining the health facility in an orderly, clean and sanitary condition
  • Maintains standards of nursing practice
  • Participates in the Employee Development Program process. Attends continuing education programs
  • Participates in internal or cross functional projects and teams
  • Registered Nurse license required
  • Certification in Occupational Health is strongly preferred
  • Bachelor’s Degree in nursing or equivalent education preferred
  • Five years of experience in occupational health, emergency room or intensive care nursing required
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas (e.g., ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Workers’ Comp, STD/LTD)Occupational Health
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides initial assessment of on the job injuries and illnesses, reports positive findings to provider and follows through with orders received. Refers for further evaluation as necessary
  • Provides appropriate care, treatment, pre-placement exams and follow-up of work related injuries based on knowledge of specific work environment
  • Participates collaboratively with other WorkHealth staff on special projects/studies
  • Collaborates with staff to identify educational needs specific to the practice and makes those offerings available
  • Participates in the management of annual TB testing, screening of workers with positive PPDs per the Tuberculosis Control Plans
  • Assists with the coordination and scheduling of the annual influenza vaccination programs
  • Performs and documents results of point of care testing and appropriate interventions, EKG's, visual acuity, audiometry, spirometry, urine drug screen, wound dressings, ear irrigations and other necessary testing
  • Collaborates with Infection Control Department to coordinate the work up and treatment of workers exposed to infectious diseases, including blood borne pathogen, TB, pertussis, meningitis.
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 2+ years of experience in areas such as urgent care, critical care, emergency room, adult medical/surgical nursing etc
  • Current unrestricted license in the state of Missouri
  • Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certification
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Degree or diploma from a professional nursing program approved by the legally designated state accrediting agency at the time the program was completed by the individual
  • Must have active, current registration as registered nurse (RN) in Maryland
  • Foreign degrees must be evaluated for U.S. equivalency
  • Ability to maintain clinical competence integrating the art and science of both nursing and medicine into practice
  • Must have a professional mastery of clinical nursing knowledge
  • Knowledge of pharmacology
  • Knowledge of workers compensation and fit for duty exams
  • CPR and First-Aid Certification
  • Previous experience at a biomedical research facility or university-level institute
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Specialist, Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides case management of all work related claims which includes submitting all necessary forms; collaborates with employee, supervisor, physician, insurance carrier, and possible attorney; maintains all medical records; and reviews all medical reports
  • Performs individual health assessment resulting in first level diagnosis and provides the necessary intervention
  • Manages the onsite health surveillance programs and provides necessary screening and/or refers to local clinic for evaluations; reviews results with employees and EHS; and maintains records per local regulations
  • Consults with Human Resources and Legal department regarding the Return-To-Work and Job Placement for ADA compliance
  • Provides emergency response and maintains active first aid responders and supplies
  • Responsible for compliance to OSHA regulations and specifically maintains the OSHA 300 log, 301, and 300A
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned
  • 5 Yrs. Experience in Occupational Health Nurse or Certified in Occupation Health Nursing
  • Strong understanding of the federal and state safety & health regulations (e.g. HIPPA, OSHA, ADA, and FMLA)
  • Must have great oral and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administers the procedures of the occupational and environmental health and safety program consistent with the company's general policies concerning health services. Assesses the health needs of employees and employee populations
  • Performs medical surveillance activities
  • Assesses and treats work related illness and injuries
  • Functions as a subject matter expert on case management performed including Worker’s Compensation and personal restrictions, referrals
  • Dialogues with the employees to identify a suitable plan for intervention and/or resumed work activity. Encourages employee to engage in the appropriate intervention and follow-up; tracks progress and provides continued support
  • Administers the company’s Drug Free Workplace and DOT programs
  • Develops and provides opportunities for in-service education/staff development and continuing professional education
  • Collaborates with upper management to apply the common tools for managing the project scope, cost, schedule and resources
  • Registered Professional Nurse with current State license to practice
  • 5 or more years of Occupational Health, Emergency Room or Ambulatory Care nursing experience
  • Certification in Case Management
  • Detailed knowledge of Worker’s Compensation regulations
  • Detailed knowledge of OSHA and other federal regulations that govern the workplace
  • BLS/CPR certification
  • Physical Assessment skills
  • CAOHC Certified - Can perform audiometry testing
  • NIOSH Trained - perform pulmonary function testing
  • Strong written skills
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and implement objectives for the Devens Occupational Health Services compatible with the company corporate goals and objectives
  • Maintain compliance with all local state and federal occupational health and safety policies/standards
  • Provide clinical and primary care including assessment, nursing diagnosis, management and documentation of occupational and non-occupational illness and injury
  • Function as the site occupational health resource that works with the HR and legal departments on case management, employment issues and policy making
  • Collaborate with management, EHS, and other teams to assist with developing occupational health and safety policies/standard operating procedures for Devens
  • Work with all contract health professionals providing support to Devens
  • Case management of occupational and non-occupational injuries and illnesses and, short and long term disability claims
  • Assist with organizing statistical data in order to analyze health services activities and to plan future resources and set objectives
  • Make appropriate recommendations for return-to-work cases such as restrictions and job placements
  • Investigate, monitor and analyze illness and injury episodes and trends; develop strategies to promote and protect employee health and safety and prevent injury
  • Plan and promote health and wellness and ergonomic programs
  • Assist with management and training for the on-site Emergency Response Team including Blood borne Pathogens Exposure, CPR – AED and First Aid training using adult learning approaches
  • Health hazard assessment and surveillance of the employee population and workplace
  • Participate in incident investigation and assessment of safety and environmental hazards to prevent illness and injury
  • Candidate should be qualified with Bachelors (Required)
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Occupational Health Nurse Regional Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the management and function of on-site occupational health centers in the region, including oversight of day to day clinical and non-clinical activities, growth in clinics’ utilization and penetration etc
  • Manage and support staff both clinical and non-clinical, at the Occupational Health Centers in the region
  • Management and oversight of contracted/consulting staff at the Occupational Health Centers and/or delegate duties as appropriate
  • Evaluate, provide first aid (within her/his scope of practice) and/or delegate duties as appropriate
  • Manage and oversight all work related injuries and illnesses for his/her sites
  • Manage all OH issues remotely when needed
  • Manage third party OH provider vendors for local and remote sites
  • Manage all medical surveillance programs for her/his sites, in compliance with Federal and State requirements and Company Standards and Guidelines and ensures appropriate implementation of programs at all sites under scope
  • Work closely with HSE in regard to Industrial hygiene data interpretation as it relates to: surveillance; medical input in work risk assessments; work related injuries and illnesses prevention, accommodations and return to work
  • Attend different committees (HSE,TRIBIO, COVALIS) or designate a representative as needed and appropriate
  • Provide medical input in work causality determinations and referrals as needed
  • Manage the Medical Response Team for her/his sites or delegates duties as appropriate
  • Manage the OH budget for her/his sites
  • Visit the sites (both locally and remotely) as appropriate and needed
  • Collaborate with Medical Director and fellow NA OHNs in projects, initiatives, stakeholder management, and strategies to increase the visibility and growth of the NAOH organization
  • Support the Head of NA Occupational Health in implementing the OH strategic plan for the region
  • Partner with HSE, HR, Benefits and Legal for OH, ADA, RTW, FMLA matters
  • Serves as SME in Occupational health to all stakeholders in the region under scope
  • Provide required reporting to the Head of NA Occupational Health
  • Will report to the Head of NA Occupational Health
  • Establish and revise OH SOPs as requested by Head of NA and appropriate
  • Maintain an environment of continuous improvement and LEAN process
  • Establish Regional and site budgets and ensure spending is aligned within established budgets
  • Case management of work related injuries to ensure early RTW with optimal medical efficient treatment
  • Provide excellent customer service to internal and external customers of sites
  •  8-10 years’ experience in Occupational Health
  •  Certification in Occupational Health required
  •  Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a large corporation: manufacturing and non-manufacturing
  •  Minimum of 3 years’ experience in management/leading teams
  •  Strong clinical assessment skills and comfort working autonomously
  •  Strong interpersonal communication skills
  •  Proficient computer skills
  •  Experience in workers compensation and OSHA
  •  Experience in risk assessment and medical surveillance
  •  CPR/AED certification/Instructor preferred
  •  Spirometry experience/certification required
  •  Hearing Conservation experience/certification required
  •  Phlebotomy experience required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with patient, family, management and the medical community
  • Ability to assess and identify, treat, Occupational and ---Non-Occupational Injuries and Illnesses and triage care. Perform and or assist with surveillance exams, ie respirator exams
  • Develop plan of care, provide care and treatments per Nursing Protocol and Guidelines
  • Advanced Nursing Skills- 3 years nursing experience
  • Capable of obtaining Certification in Occupational Health Nursing
  • Drug/Alcohol testing
  • Basic Life Support as well as Advanced Life Support
  • Be able to move effectively around the clinic
  • Be able to communicate verbally and in writing
  • Minimal travel may be required
  • Mental Requirements
  • Ability to complete complex problem solving
  • Effective social relationships
  • Capable of continual learning
  • Safety Requirements
  • Should work Safely at all times including Universal precautions
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Occupational Health Nurse Team Lead Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrate proficiency in performing the “Occupational Health Nurse” role. Minimum 6 months experience in “Occupational Health Nurse” role
  • Pull daily incomplete reports and creating individual lists for assignment of daily work to team members
  • Monitor team members’ completion of assigned daily work and associated turnaround time for work performed
  • Coordinate the training of new “Clinical Review” staff members. Training will include, but is not limited to; departmental policies and procedures, and communication with clients, donors, and clinics
  • Collaborate with clinical review Occupational Health Nurses and National Accounts team in managing assigned accounts to include completion of all identified “clinical review team” processes
  • Serve as primary contact for escalation of any issues to be addressed
  • Ensure resolution of escalated issues with communication to client
  • Escalate all unresolved issues to supervisor
  • Responsible for client and department specific weekly/monthly reporting as assigned by supervisor
  • Review physical exam documentation for completeness and accuracy, following established Occupational Health Services processes, referring to Consulting Physicians for direction and any medical decision making beyond RN scope of practice
  • Follow-up with medical providers, clinics, employers, and employee/drivers to obtain necessary corrections and/or additional medical documentation
  • Review medical documentation to determine if employees on medical leave meet DOT regulations and recommendations for return-to-work as DOT driver, referring to Consulting Physician for direction and any medical decision making beyond RN scope of practice
  • Request additional documentation as necessary from employees and treating providers to make return-to-work determinations
  • Review DOT driver self-reported medications to determine if a safety-sensitive letter is needed
  • Follow-up with driver, medical provider, employer to obtain safety-sensitive letter
  • Identify changes in medical status associated with reported medications
  • Notify employer of status change and recommendation for new DOT physical
  • Review donor-submitted records (laboratory and ancillary testing results, vaccine/TB testing records, OSHA respirator questionnaires) to determine if donor meets identified client requirements
  • Notify client of any requirements not met, with recommendation to schedule clinic visit for services
  • Provide updates to employer regarding status of medical cases in review
  • Collaborate with the client disability vendor during the review process, including, but not limited to: a weekly conference call to discuss pending cases
  • Associate’s Degree in Nursing required
  • Minimum 6 months experience in “Occupational Health Nurse” role
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing preferred
  • 3-5 years of hospital or outpatient nursing experience required
  • Occupational nursing experience preferred Nurse Case Management experience preferred
  • Adult Acute Conditions/Diseases
  • Adult Chronic Conditions/Diseases
  • Psychiatric Conditions/Diseases
  • Disease management/Case management/Condition Management
  • Nurse call center/phone triage
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum 1 year industrial health or emergency room experience required
  • CPR/AED certification required
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. without requiring company sponsorship
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area of Syracuse, NY will be considered
  • Ability to execute on state, federal, OSHA, and organizational regulatory requirements
  • Comprehension of Eaton, industry, state, and country H&S requirements
  • Demonstrated ability to build positive working relationships with all levels of employees and with outside third parties
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution preferred
  • 2-5 years of previous worker’s compensation experience preferred
  • Experience with ergonomic analysis preferred
  • Certification in Audiogram, Respirator Fit, Spirometry, and Case Management preferred
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment preferred
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Leads case and care management for Workers Compensation and Short Term Disability (STD), working with Third Party Administrator (TPA)/vendor to determine disability management plan. Leads cross-functional disability management and return to work planning with location management team, advising on Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) medical requirements
  • Plans and implements required or recommended medical surveillance programs according to protocols with employee follow-up
  • Provides health education and wellness materials and information, both one-on-one and to groups. Understands local prevalent illnesses and participates with company Occupational Medicine Physician on design of health promotion programs to impact employee well-being
  • Delivers health promotion programs to plant population, including appropriate immunizations and preventive screenings. Supports the Safety function by delivering appropriate Right-to-Know training. Collaborates with Employee Assistance Professional for referrals and to identify mental health/substance abuse education needs, and refers appropriately to local healthcare providers and company Occupational Medicine Physician
  • Provides direct care of illness/injury and contributes to clinical protocol development and revision. Supports First Responders in medical emergencies and trains them on first aid protocols
  • Prepares Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) log and First Report of Injury, or communicates information regarding illness/injury incident to the record keeper, and maintains medical files with preservation of confidentiality. Assists in preparing data for management summaries
  • Technical diploma or higher level of education from an accredited institution
  • Minimum of three (3) years combined experience in Occupational Health, Public Health and/or Clinical Nursing
  • Minimum of one (1) year of experience with Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systemsb
  • Current, unrestricted California Registered Nurse (RN) license
  • Bachelor's degree in Nursing (BSN) or higher from an accredited University
  • Minimum of five (5) years Occupational Health nursing experience
  • Current clinical skills (e.g. examination, diagnosis/treatment of minor injuries/illnesses, contagious disease, etc.)
  • Certification(s)/willingness to obtain such as
  • American Board of Occupational Health (COHN, COHN-S and/or Case Management)
  • Knowledge and experience with disability management, basic ergonomics, ADA, HIPAA, FMLA, OSHA, Workers' Compensation and CFRA, accommodation solutions and/or medical surveillance regulatory requirements are needed
  • Strong written, verbal, presentation, and interpersonal skills
  • Microsoft Office and EMR proficient
  • Coordination, influencing, and short-term planning and strategic planning skills in regard to programs and priorities
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Active license, in good standing, to practice as Registered Nurse in Colorado
  • Meet the physical requirements for the position and be able to wear/use a respirator (N-95 filtering Face Piece or higher)
  • Bachelor’s degree (BSN) from a four-year college or university is preferred for Desired skills
  • Registered Nurses with Bachelor’s degree (BSN) from a four-year college or university or beyond is preferred
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certifications
  • Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) or National Society of Health Coaches (NSHC) certification desired
  • Demonstrate a strong background in patient education, health promotion or worksite wellness
  • Demonstrated experience in chronic condition education and health coaching
  • Additional certifications in wellness/fitness specialties, mental health counseling, dietitian or nutritionist
  • Ability to coach effectively in all modalities; face-to-face, group and phone to include public speaking
  • Ability to support multiple medical providers in areas of phlebotomy, first aide, EKG’s and point of care testing
  • Experience in the use of electronic medical records
  • Demonstrated ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams, ideally with experience working with employees, managers and health professionals
  • Experience with billing and coding for medical clinics
  • Demonstrated effective communication skills (verbal, written and presentations)
  • CAOHC Audiometry Certification
  • Certification from a NIOSH-approved Spirometry course
  • Experience in travel medicine
  • Knowledge of workplace health and safety concepts and OSHA regulations
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Candidate must have a minimum of 2 years of nursing experience, preferably in occupational health, urgent care or emergency room
  • Ability to travel to the Promontory clinic, as needed, for training, vacation and illness coverage, etc
  • Broad understanding of safety and injury prevention
  • Strong knowledge of OHSA Standards and Worker’s Compensation laws
  • Strong skills in assessment of injuries and illness
  • Detail oriented but able to understand the big picture
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Site Senior Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for compliance associated with occupational health at the locations they support including, applicable OSHA regulations and recordkeeping and J&J global health standards
  • Provides support to the Medical Emergency Response Teams
  • Requires knowledge of the occupational hazards and treatment for exposures for assigned locations
  • Participates in the development of Site Business plans supporting key Global Health initiatives
  • Minimum of Three (3) years of supervisory experience required
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and people skills including the ability to motivate, cooperate and work effectively with others, and build partnerships with various departments required
  • Demonstrate skills such as empathy, ability to listen and manage stressful situations to support employees required
  • Proficiency with MS Office required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) or a Registered Nurse (RN) License, from an accredited institution
  • Minimum of 2 years of relevant experience
  • Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position
  • MSN in Occupational Health Nursing from an accredited institution
  • Minimum of 1 year of Occupational Health experience
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Currently have or willing to obtain Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN) or a Certified Occupational Health Nurse-Specialist (COHN-S) designation
  • Experience with Oracle systems
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide primary care to ill or injured employees
  • Provide emergency response
  • Maintain confidential medical records
  • Liaise with healthcare professionals, management and employees
  • Three years or more of nursing experience
  • Active registration and practice permit with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) as a registered nurse
  • Certification in International Trauma Life Support (ITLS)
  • Strong knowledge of the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB)
  • Proficient with audiometry, spirometry and vision testing
  • Emergency first aid knowledge
  • Computer literacy;knowledge of Medgate GX is an asset
  • Able to work well with minimal supervision
  • You do not take or tolerate shortcuts and if the procedure is incorrect, you fix it
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience of administering an occupational health service within an organisation
  • Experience of Microsoft packages to include word and excel
  • Maintaining records relating to occupational health provision
  • Previous experience in administering an occupational health service in a manufacturing environment
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Become an active team member of the Human Resources Department
  • Drive disability case management and Workers’ Compensation
  • Manage work related employee injuries and illnesses
  • Maintain and execute medical surveillance programs
  • Conduct medical surveillance related evaluations including spirometry, hearing and vision tests
  • Execute preplacement medical evaluation process including pre-employment drug testing
  • Drive Health & Productivity initiatives
  • Provide employee training on health related topics
  • Provide ergonomic assessments and management
  • Ability to flex work schedule to cover employees at a 24 hour operation
  • Current, unrestricted, California Registered Nursing license
  • Minimum of three (3) combined years of occupational health and/or public health experience
  • Minimum of three (3) combined years of case management and/or clinical nursing experience
  • Minimum of one (1) year of experience with electronic medical record systems
  • Minimum of five (5) years occupational health nursing with direct delivery of services to workers
  • Knowledge of California worker compensation system
  • Experience with local, state and federal regulatory and legislative occupational health requirements
  • Current Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR certification (that includes AED
  • Certification in Spirometry
  • Microsoft Office proficient and Computer skills sufficient to create documents, presentations, analyze data, generate reports and provide communications
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for design, implementation and quality management of specialized occupational health processes and programs
  • Analyze and report program data within and beyond the company
  • May mentor team members, review work of others and serve as an ad hoc leader for other members of the Department
  • Licensed as a Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse or International equivalent
  • Bachelor's degree or extensive job related experience
  • 3 to 5 years progressively responsible job-related experience in occupational medicine
  • Knowledge of Medgate EMR system
  • AHA BLS Instructor
  • Experience in training or maintaining a first responder program
  • Presentation skills for training purposes
  • Knowledge in various areas of occupational health
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Complies with policy, procedures, written standing orders, protocols and medical directives as required by Smith & Nephew and the Tennessee Nurse Practice Act
  • Provide initial assessment to ensure appropriate emergency care for employee’s injuries and illnesses, and provides treatment according to established protocols and refers appropriately
  • Under supervision of a physician, administers medications and performs various minor treatments or therapies for injured or ill employees
  • Documents nursing care and medical management to assist evaluation of the total health care provided to employees
  • Collaborates with other members of the HSE team in developing approaches to resolution of problems affecting employee health
  • Reviews pre-employment and work physical assessments to identify conditions which may affect the workers ability to perform the job and refers appropriately
  • Conducts training as needed to maintain alignment with HSE training requirements
  • Maintain employee health records in a safe confidential manner in accordance with the company’s and government standards
  • Maintains the OSHA 300 log according to government regulations
  • Completes reports and communicates data to appropriate personnel
  • Effectively represents the occupational health dept. to management, employees, and outside agencies
  • Engages in a supportive role as assigned in special projects, program delivery
  • Establishes and promotes collaborative relationships with essential community resources, including consulting physicians
  • Development and implementation of Wellness programs based on appropriate risk profiles, needs, and assessments
  • Supports the delivery of wellness communication and on-site wellness programming
  • Provides health education and counseling to employees regarding acute and chronic health problems within the scope of nursing practice
  • Provides respirator fit testing and appropriate medical surveillance in accordance with company and government standards
  • Assists in developing and administering budget
  • Selects, orders, and maintains supplies and equipment consistent with the needs of the occupational health program, in a cost effective manner
  • Acquires knowledge of the occupational hazards and treatment for exposures for assigned locations
  • Ability to work off hours and be on call as necessary
  • Other job duties and responsibilities as assigned by HSE Manager
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Registered Nurse in good standing and a graduate of an accredited school of nursing, with a current and active license by the State Board of Nursing
  • Ability to work independent of daily physician over-site and able to recognize when need for a consultation with a physician is necessary
  • Demonstrated to work extremely well in a team environment with a diverse workforce in all functional levels
  • Knowledge of computer applications of comprehensive tracking systems and Microsoft Office
  • The candidate should have knowledge of fields relevant to occupational health nursing; such as substance abuse, Workers’ Compensation, OSHA, toxicology, epidemiology, disability case management, preventive health and wellness, physical assessment and health education and counseling
  • Prefer Occupational Health Nursing experience but will consider ER/Ambulatory care/ICU/CCU and Acute Care experience for this position and also prefer certifications for Spirometry/Audio/BAT
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide first-aid/primary nursing care services to employees for illness and injury for both work and non-work related health issues utilizing the nursing process
  • Coordinating and monitoring of an early and safe return to work program
  • Ensure a safe and healthy work environment
  • Participate in various health assessment programs
  • Engage employees in wellness programs and activities
  • Maintaining an accurate and confidential record keeping system
  • Complete appropriate forms for accurate and timely communication to the WSIB and Short Term Disability
  • Evaluate the health status of employees returning to work following injury or illness in keeping with company policy in order to safely perform job duties
  • Expected to work in compliance with Occupational Health and Safety
  • O This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing or equivalent
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Monitors ill/injured employees for return to work and communicates with appropriate parties while preserving medical confidentiality. Reviews restrictions for potential accommodations, assists supervisors and Human Resources with medical issues, and works with community healthcare providers or government health systems to facilitate return to work by understanding job requirements
  • Performs or facilitates access to required or recommended medical surveillance testing according to protocols and ensures appropriate follow-up of results
  • Completes onsite preplacement medical examinations in accordance with company policy
  • Provides health education and wellness materials to both individuals and groups. Understands local prevalent illnesses. Refers to Employee Assistance, local healthcare providers, or company Occupational Medicine physician as indicated. Administers seasonal influenza vaccine and other recommended adult vaccines
  • Assesses and evaluates employee illness and injury, providing direct care and/or referring to community healthcare provider
  • Communicates appropriate work-related illness and injury information to the Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) professional for incident log maintenance and incident investigation, and notifies appropriate parties or government agencies of the incident when required. Maintains employee medical files and preserves confidentiality
  • Work direction at the site is generally by the plant Human Resources Manager, with guidance from Corporate Occupational Medicine
  • Current, unrestricted Illinois Registered Nurse (RN) license
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Represent the Caterpillar Medical Department, its policies and strategy
  • Licensed as a Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, or International Equivalent
  • Qualifying degree or extensive experience
  • Preferred Parts Distribution experience
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must be a Registered Nurse, ideally a Certified Occupational Health Nurse (preferred)
  • University level education, Bachelor of Nursing
  • 3-5 years related experience as a nurse with demonstrated experience in Occupational Health and Safety
  • Knowledge or special training in: Ergonomics, WSIB Claims Management, Early and Safe Return to Work, Health Promotion, Respiratory Protection and Hearing Conservation
  • Proven problem solving skills and the ability to balance both employee and business needs
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to be an effective facilitator
  • Proficient in MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Access, Excel and Outlook)
  • Ability to work well in a team as well as independently
  • Previous experience with adult education and training
  • Lean Experience, including 6S, Visual Management and Standard Work
  • Training/education in Industrial Hygiene, WHMIS/GHS, Incident Investigations, Machine Safeguarding
  • Formal training in Health & Safety and Spills Response
  • CPR/1st Aid/AED Training
  • R.N. Ethics of Nursing Practice
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Senior Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for Hearing, Vision, Sensitizer, and Spirometry Programs
  • Provides various preventive health evaluations and tests in accordance with Global Health policies and protocols
  • Maintains and cultivates a safe working environment
  • Partners with other members of the Global Health team as well as Human Resources, EHS&S, and management partners to encourage an integrated team approach to solving problems
  • On occasion support off site programs and evening shift
  • Current Registered Nurse license for the state of Massachusetts required
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience as a professional nurse required. A minimum of 2 years of Occupational Health/Employee Health or equivalent experience required
  • Demonstrate the ability to work effectively in a team and support the site team required
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas; i.e.; ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Workers' Compensation, STD/LTD required
  • BLS Healthcare CPR & AED Card required
  • Documenting in an Electronic Medical Recording using S.O.A.P. preferred
  • Experience in Electronic Medical Recording preferred
  • Management/Certification of Hearing Conservation Program (CAOCH), Spirometry Program preferred, but will be required within 6 months of hire.Occupational Health
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Excellent verbal and written skills; independent thinker, ability and desire to work collaboratively
  • Computer skills (word processing/excel/database), required
  • Ability to work and be comfortable with the electronic medical record
  • Experience with data collection, analysis, documenting and reporting a plus
  • Point of Care Testing; Certifications required, or to be obtained within 6 – 9 months of hire in: BLS, Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Testing, Spirometry (NIOSH) and Audiometry Testing, Urine and Drug Collection, Breath Alcohol
  • Knowledge of infectious diseases and of worker's compensation laws are helpful
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Liaise with healthcare professionals, management, and employees
  • Perform health surveillance programs which includes health evaluations
  • Five or more years of nursing experience in an emergency department or industrial setting
  • Experience in occupational health
  • Experience working in a unionized industrial setting is an asset
  • American Board for Occupational Health Nurses (ABOHN) or American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN) certification is an asset
  • Current registration with the State Board of Nursing
  • Current Colorado registered nursing (RN) License and current Wyoming RN License, or the ability to obtain once hired
  • Proficient with audiometry, spirometry, and vision testing
  • Attractive annual incentive program
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, or LPN degree required
  • Minnesota RN, or LPN License (Active and in Good Standing) required
  • Current CPR/AED/First Aid certifications preferred, will be required upon hire
  • Current Certification in Occupational Health Nurse (COHN) preferred
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience as an Occupational Health Nurse in an autonomous practice setting preferred
  • Knowledge and experience in primary care of workplace injuries, worker’s compensation, state and federal regulations governing occupational nursing practice, safety/accident prevention programs, wellness programs and health related benefit and disability plans (including ADA, STD, LTD, EAP) preferred
  • Proven ability to communicate with all levels of the organization and excellent customer service skills
  • Strong attention to detail organizational and analytical skills
  • Computer proficiency including at a minimum Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point
  • Ability to contribute to and lead a strong team focus within the Employee Health Services area
  • Experience with respirator fit testing
  • Experience with hearing conservation testing
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Occupational Health Nurse Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage and provide clinical and case management support to the Nursing advisors working in the London geography
  • If required manage a case load of the more complex clinical cases in association with the Occupational Physician
  • Give clinical advice on Business Travel Health and provide clinical support to the Nursing advisors in the area of Travel Health
  • In association with the Head of Occupational Health UK & Ireland develop a leading edge Wellbeing strategy for our Business area
  • Develop and implement a programme of Wellbeing and Health improvement initiatives linked to the UK& Ireland Wellbeing Strategy
  • Raise awareness of the service and promote the value add brought by the Occupational Health & Wellbeing service
  • Working with the OH Data analyst Evaluate Wellbeing programmes, track trends and quantify Diageo return on investment
  • Contribute to appropriate UK & Ireland related health policies and assist in development of Occupational Health processes and procedures as required
  • This role will form part of the Clinical Governance group and ensure Best Practice in Occupational Health & Wellbeing is applied consistently across all UK & Ireland geographies
  • Develop, design and deliver high profile innovative Health & Wellbeing initiatives aligned to our Wellbeing strategy
  • Build great relationships and to manage a small clinical team to deliver to a high standard
  • Work as a team player within a geographically diverse team and support other managerial colleagues including the Occupational Health Nurse Manager based in Scotland and the Occupational Health Quality Improvement Manager
  • In association with OH data analyst evaluate and report progress in our Wellbeing journey, comparing both internal and external benchmarks
  • Work effectively within the Occupational Health Leadership team to ensure a consistent and best practice approach to our Occupational Health & Wellbeing service delivery across UK & Ireland
  • Registered nurse / with a Degree or equivalent in Occupational Health Nursing
  • Post registration experience with previous managerial experience
  • A passionate interest in Wellbeing/ Health Promotion / Health Education
  • Experience of working in the private sector is desirable
  • IT literate
  • Full driving licence
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide prompt, appropriate clinical care to all employees in conformance with company policies, clinical protocols, state regulations and ethical standards. This includes worksite injury/illness triage, treatment coordination with the Wellness Center, and referral to specialists as necessary. Other duties include recording of vital signs, audiograms, vision testing, urine collection, blood collection, spirometry, respirator fit testing, injections and basic first aid
  • Manages the site Workers Compensation Program including providing case management for all employee work-related injuries and/or illnesses for the purposes of reducing illness and absenteeism
  • Documents all clinical care provided in required electronic medical record
  • Coordinates site disability programs including providing clinical oversight and case management of site’s non-occupational disability benefit programs
  • Provides clinical oversight for the site’s Medical First Response Team. Collaboratively facilitates trainings
  • Coordinates and manages pre-placement, OSHA mandated and non-mandated surveillance programs such as drug screening, HazMat, respiratory protection, and hearing conservation programs
  • Develops and implements other administrative policies and procedures to ensure the smooth operation of the Occupational Health Clinic
  • Provides appropriate follow-up communication with the Client’s Human Resources and Safety Departments, as well as, the Wellness Center
  • Coordinates and delivers health education training and seminars in collaboration with Safety and the Wellness Manager. Acts as site’s Wellness Champion and supports wellness program initiatives. Participates in ergonomic initiatives
  • Provides occupational health nursing support to additional locations as an active member of the EHS network
  • Refers employees who need the attention of a primary care physician to the providers at the Wellness Center
  • Minimum three years occupational health or other related experience (family medicine, occupational medicine, acute care, internal medicine, community health, emergency/urgent care, home health)
  • RN with past military medic experience would be considered
  • Analytical ability necessary to evaluate and determine health status of patient and implement proper care
  • Interpersonal skills necessary to teach and counsel patients as well as interact with clients/employers and insurance company representatives
  • A comprehensive understanding of the patient care procedures, medical protocols, and testing procedures necessary to support an Occupational Health clinic
  • Computer skills in EMR, word processing and database software programs
  • Machines/Equipment
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide prompt, appropriate clinical care to all Moog employees in conformance with company policies, clinical protocols, state regulations and ethical standards. This includes worksite injury/illness triage, treatment coordination with the Moog Health and Wellness Center, and referral to specialists as necessary. Other duties include recording of vital signs, audiograms, vision testing, urine collection, blood collection, spirometry, respirator fit testing, injections and basic first aid
  • Ensure the provision of prompt, appropriate clinical care to all patients in accordance with QuadMed protocols, state regulations and professional standards
  • Document all clinical care provided in required electronic medical record
  • Support provider and clinic operations as needed. This includes clinical assistance, instrument sterilization, examination room preparations, filing, medical record retrieval, stocking, and equipment care and maintenance and telephone coverage
  • Develop and implement hazard exposure surveillance programs and other administrative policies and procedures to ensure the smooth operation of the Occupational Health Clinic
  • Provide appropriate follow-up communication with the Health and Wellness Center as well as the Moog Human Resources and Safety Departments
  • Dispense over the counter medications in accordance with pre-established standing orders to employees with minor work-related concerns (back pain, headache, etc)
  • Provide support and case management for work-related conditions for the purposes of reducing illness and absenteeism
  • Coordinate second opinions for employees absent due to workers’ compensation or disability, as necessary in adherence with company protocols
  • Coordinate and support health education seminars in collaboration with the Wellness Coordinator
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Certified Occupational Health Nurse Lead Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the direct and indirect supervision of occupational health services staff
  • Oversee and manage the operational activities of occupational health services for designated client locations
  • Responsible for securing and developing all records, equipment, and programs related to occupational health services
  • Educate and train new staff in occupational health program concepts and procedures, use of equipment, proper charting techniques or other issues involving the delivery of services
  • Assist management in identifying, analyzing and resolving employee or client issues
  • Collaborate with internal and external resources as necessary to assure the appropriate access and utilization of healthcare services
  • Provide clinical services and oversee compliance with policies and procedures related to clinical occupational health operations. This includes, but is not limited to, worksite injury/illness triage and treatment, workers compensation case management, audiograms and hearing conservation program management, vision testing, urine collection, blood collection, spirometry, respirator surveillance and fit testing, injections and basic first aid
  • Provide or manage the required physical evaluation programs and services to meet regulatory requirements; such as OSHA, Department of Transportation, CDC, etc
  • Provide case management services as appropriate to facilitate productivity, assuring appropriate care and return to work. May include workers’ compensation, short- and long-term disability cases
  • Assess healthcare needs, then implement and manage healthcare programs to improve health and facilitate return to work, maintain OSHA records/reports and employee health files
  • Assist client with identifying, evaluating, and implementing accommodation and return to work options for workers with restricted duty
  • In collaboration with the client Environmental Health and Safety Team, contribute in the design of controls for injury prevention and health surveillance related to actual and potential hazards in the work environment
  • Identify primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention and health promotion strategies to optimize health of the population
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence
  • Intermediate computer skills essential in use of an electronic medical record
  • Must be willing to travel to other locations to assist with audits, training and set up of new facilities
  • 2 - 3 years minimum in family practice, emergency room, ambulatory care, or occupational health settings
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Occupational Health Nurse Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Lead a multidisciplinary team of Occupational Health professional in the delivery of services for our employer clients. Oversee and manage the administrative and operational activities of all occupational health services across all QuadMed locations
  • Assure compliance with regulatory requirements related to clinical operations. Maintain current knowledge of Workers&#8217
  • Compensation law in each state serviced, legislation issues, OSHA regulations and safety standards, Department of Transportation, Center for Disease Control and other regulatory areas relevant to occupational health programs
  • Provide expertise and support of clinical staff in partnership with the Occupational Health Medical Director to assure compliance with policies and procedures related to clinical occupational health operations. This includes, but is not limited to, worksite injury/illness triage and treatment, workers compensation case management, audiograms and hearing conservation program management, vision testing, urine collection, blood collection, spirometry, respirator surveillance and fit testing, injections and basic first aid
  • Develop and monitor education and training program for new staff in occupational health program including clinical concepts and procedures, use of equipment, proper charting techniques or other issues involving the delivery of services
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to support program development, such as medical providers, third-party administrators, legal advisors, medical director, regulatory agencies, etc. Role will be recognized as the QuadMed organizational expert in Occupational Health Nursing policy and procedure. Implements program goals and policies that have been established in collaboration with the medical and administrative leadership
  • Serve as clinical subject matter expert in the development and ongoing maintenance of occupational health electronic medical record
  • Provide expertise and counsel to client companies in matters of occupational health and safety, worker’s compensation and any other relevant areas of occupational medicine
  • Basic understanding of federal and state regulations applicable to occupational and environmental health and safety required
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; includes group presentations and one-on-one education
  • Ability to solve practical programs and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
  • Possess strong computer skills, including Excel, PowerPoint, Word
  • Possess strong data analysis skills
  • Must be detail oriented, have ability to multitask and possess great interpersonal skills
  • 3-5 years minimum clinical nursing experience in a family practice, emergency room, ambulatory care, or occupational health settings
  • 2-3 years of management/leadership experience within the chosen field is required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Effectively communicate health education
  • Graduate of ADN/ASN, diploma, or BSN School of Nursing degree
  • Three years of work experience as Registered Nurse in a Hospital setting
  • Requires valid Registered Nurse license in state of practice
  • Experience working with HIPAA requirements and handling confidential medical information appropriately
  • Experience work with OSHA requirements with ability to make sound medical decisions in each area
  • Experience working in occupational health setting
  • Experienced in use of computers, email, MS Word, and MS Excel programs
  • Able to work independently with minimal supervision & outside help
  • Excellent people skills and high level of attention to detail
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage workplace injuries and illness, provide consultative services to all departments, promote and facilitate health and safety programs in coordination with other disciplines
  • This position also provides case management and is responsible for the collection, assessment and reporting of data related to employee health and safety
  • Promotes and provides employee health and safety programs
  • Provides employee pre-placement assessments
  • Coordinates fitness for duty evaluations
  • Gathers and analyzes employee health data and provides results to Environment of Care and the Infection Control Committee
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide clinical care: Management of work-related injuries and illnesses, as well as limited personal injuries and illnesses
  • Within the scope of practice
  • Implement medical surveillance programs, provide health assessment services and develop the specific Health
  • Assessment Programs plan for assigned employee groups
  • Provide health education and counseling and support delivery of the sites' preventive wellness services
  • Participate in the management and administration of the occupational health services environment
  • Current licensure as a registered nurse in Texas is required
  • Three or more years of clinical experience is required
  • BLS certification is required
  • This position requires the candidate to be able to participate in a shared on-call rotation
  • A minimum requirement for this U.S. based position is the ability to work legally in the United States. No visa sponsorship/support is available for this position, including for any type of U.S. permanent residency (green card) process
  • Experience in audiometric testing, spirometry, drug testing, and BAT
  • Previous experience in Occupational Health is highly desirable
  • Certification in Occupational Health Nursing is preferred
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Manufacturing Plant Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides daily oversight of Corporate Health Services staff and service delivery at local Hershey sites
  • Provides feedback and assistance to Manager regarding staff performance reviews, staff meetings, site issues, and budget development for site
  • Manages many varieties of medical cases from initiation to closure including: data collection and analysis, physical assessment, making a nursing diagnosis, interfacing with care providers and developing a plan of action. Typically will be asked to manage more complex, involved cases
  • Provides primary nursing care for occupational injuries and illnesses, including emergency care and referral, based upon nursing assessment, nursing diagnosis, and medical directive
  • Interviews and counsels employees to assist in resolving physical and emotional problems
  • Assists physician and manager in handling complex health problems and issues at site
  • Interfaces with line management, supervisors, managers, safety personnel, Emergency Response Team, and outside physicians and health care providers
  • Coordinates RTW and restricted job program for locations as needed
  • Responds to all emergencies during hours of operation
  • Works with management to develop, implement, and evaluate health education programs
  • Assists manager in planning, organizing, and administering policies of health services
  • Supports health and wellness programs by providing information to educate and motivate employees toward a healthy lifestyle
  • Provides communication/direction to other Hershey Health Services’ representatives as requested regarding policies/procedures as it pertains to health service issues
  • Identifies opportunities for cost control, process improvements, and quality customer service
  • Complies with legal and regulatory requirements (OSHA) and plant/facility requirements, maintain complete medical records and abides by confidentiality requirements
  • Serves as the SAP Health Module Business Process Owner
  • Effective leadership skills including critical thinking and decision making
  • Ability to function as a team member
  • Ability to independently assess and treat employee’s illness/injury (including emergency care)
  • Excellent computer skills (MS office, windows 2000, SAP)
  • Effective organizational and planning skills
  • Knowledge of applicable legal and regulatory requirements specific to occupational health
  • Licensed R.N. (current license in state where employed)
  • Certified in Occupational Health Nursing / Case Management
  • Certified in CPR/AED
  • 5+ years Occupational Health Nursing experience
  • 3+ years case management experience
  • 2+ years people management experience preferred
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Occupational Health Nurse, Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strong understanding of safety programs
  • Ability to set priorities and multitask while performing the duties of the Occupational Health Department, including patient care provision, observing and working with employees in their production work , regulatory oversight and policy implementation
  • Computer proficiency
  • Registered Nurse with a current and unrestricted South Carolina nursing license (or compact state if applicable)
  • 3+ years of Occupational Medicine experience
  • Current AHA or Red Cross CPR/AED certification (or ability to obtain)
  • Must currently reside in or be willing to relocate to the North Charleston, SC area
  • CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor
  • Certification in Occupational Health Nursing (COHN-S)
  • Knowledge of State Worker's Compensation law, OSHA requirements, FMLA, ADA and other occupational health regulations
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Manager, Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Establish and manage an onsite health service clinic
  • Research, plan and produce annualized budgetary projections for the required supplies, equipment, professional services, training, continued education and certifications travel, etc
  • Ensure regulatory compliance with State Nurse Practice Act, FMLA, ADA, STD, LTD, EPA, and HIPPA as required
  • Plan and implement programs to train managers and associates in Bloodborne Pathogens, Body Mechanics, Ergonomics, Reasonable Suspicion of Drugs/Alcohol Awareness, Breath Alcohol Testing, Drug Screen (DOT and Non-DOT) Collection, Medical Emergency Response Team and other Occupational Health topics as necessary
  • Deliver services to maintain safe and healthy workforce; participate as a first responder to onsite accidents/injuries and oversee the onsite Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT)
  • Practice case management through coordination of health care services from onset of work-related injury evaluation, through worker’s compensation injury/risk/claim management, disability and absence management, return-to-work evaluation and return to work or an optimal alternative
  • Compile and submit injury and accident reports required by corporate and regulatory agencies
  • Oversee the administration of occupational injury program, including working with the external healthcare providers, insurance carrier or third party administrator to reduce employee lost time and contain costs
  • Manage transitional duty program for medical conditions requiring specific work restrictions
  • Collaborate in disaster response with Pandemic Plan, Emergency Response Plan, Business Continuity Plan, and disaster planning and risk communication
  • Plan, develop and implement health and wellness (well-being) promotion programs for associates, i.e., Flu Clinic program for associates and family members, health fairs, and chronic disease management programs
  • Manage the health components of the onsite Fitness Center (where applicable)
  • Associate Degree in Nursing required or Bachelors Degree in Nursing preferred
  • Licensed Registered Nurse in the State of Practice where OpCo facility resides
  • Five years nursing experience (emergency or critical care experience a plus) with at least one year having served in an occupational health role
  • Work experience in a warehouse, distribution or manufacturing environment preferred
  • Previous experience in Safety and Workers’ Compensation laws and regulations in the state where the OpCo resides preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to interact effectively with all levels of management
  • Skilled in the use of a variety of PC software, including all Microsoft products
  • Proficient project management and decision making skills
  • Excellent communication, negotiation, conflict management and analytical skills
  • Must have ability to work flexible hours for the performance of regular duties (random drug testing, training, etc.) and to respond to associate health needs (assess injuries and/or report to accident sites, post-accident drug screens, etc.) day, night or weekend
  • Bi-Lingual in English and Spanish a plus
  • The ability to frequently sit and reach with hands and arms
  • The ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds
  • Must be able to utilize office equipment such as desktop/notebook computers, copiers, printers, scanners, telephones, and calculators
  • Must be able to work in various indoor, outdoor, freezer and cooler climates and driving conditions for a 24 hours, 7 days a week operation
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 25% Triage and treatment of employees with work related and personal injuries/ illnesses
  • 25% OSHA recordkeeping compliance
  • 15% Filing
  • 15% Verbal and written translations (English/Spanish)
  • 10% Customer service to Health Services department clients (answer phone, questions, assist with completing paperwork)
  • 10% CPR instruction and hearing conservation program management
  • Current Nursing licensure
  • HS Diploma or GED Equivalency
  • Able to work Monday-Friday and Saturdays when production works
  • Able to work second shift hours (shift will be 1 p.m. - 9 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.)
  • Demonstrate strong computer/technical skills and capabilities (e.g. Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, Powerpoint
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Providing assessment, treatment and triage as necessary of occupational and non-occupational injuries/illness, respond to medical emergencies, investigate accidents, coordinate ergonomics activities, and document corrective actions
  • Regularly training Medical Emergency Response Team members, manage work related medical cases, coordinate ADA restrictions & accommodations, ensure compliance with OSHA Medical Surveillance programs, and manage the OHR program of Fitness for Duty
  • Be involved with international travel regulations, HIPAA medical recordkeeping, and other occupational health duties as required
  • Experience in occupational setting, with a strong preference for semiconductor industry experience
  • A BSN, COHN, CCM preferred or equivalent relevant experience, CPR certification, certifications for Hearing Protection Program a plus
  • A current RN AZ or compact license in good standing
  • Project management experience as well as case management experience
  • Able to work independently and in a team and matrix organization
  • Physical ability to lift, transfer, push, an ill patient in a wheelchair, carry medical supplies, AED, oxygen tank during an emergency response
  • Willingness to maintain a specified level of competence in EHS regulatory compliance
  • Willingness to adjust schedule, as needed to cover various OHR duties to support remote operations
  • Computer literacy; especially MS Office Suites
  • Multiple state licensure beyond compact is a plus!
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides nursing treatment of work-related injury and illness
  • Assists in administration of case management for prolonged or complex illnesses/injuries
  • Maintains medical records in accordance with established guidelines
  • Performs medical screenings such as drug and alcohol, vision, blood pressure, audiograms, respirator and pulmonary function tests
  • Ensures compliance with regulatory and corporate guidelines
  • Communicates with employees, line management and health care providers on health and fitness-for-duty issues
  • Implements wellness and prevention programs
  • Coordinates activities with Occupational Health, Safety, and Human Resources
  • Performs work site visits and maintains current knowledge of local hazards, toxicity of materials and relevant emergency medical care
  • Assists in preparing patients for off-site transport during medical emergencies
  • THE CANDIDATE MUST BE AN RN, BUT OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH EXPERIENCE IS PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Valid Michigan nursing license
  • Basic Life Support Certification
  • Minimum 5 years nursing experience
  • Advance Life Support Certification
  • Minimum 5 years occupational health or emergency nursing experience
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Clinical resource for employees and management providing nursing services including assessment, management and documentation of occupational and non-occupational illness and injury
  • Contact for work units on all issues related to Health and Medical Services. Provide information and resolution to health related issues. Coordinates with appropriate partners to ensure issues are resolved
  • Assist work units with identifying, evaluating and implementing accommodations and return to work options for employees with restricted duty
  • Provide case management services for both on-duty and off-duty injury/illness including follow-up and referrals. Act as gatekeeper for health services, rehabilitation, return to work and case management issues
  • Assist work units with job analysis, early safe return to work and identify/assist with implementation of transitional work
  • Coordinate and implement Health Management activities in the local work unit including health risk assessment, health education, behavior modification, and health improvement activities
  • Coordinate onsite occupational health testing including scheduling of mobile testing units, onsite regulatory testing and additional testing when requested by Health and Medical Services
  • Develops local network of health providers, evaluates quality of care, and provides education related to railroad policies, processes, and programs
  • Provide assistance to Health and Medical Services Senior Management regarding a wide range of health services and activities when necessary
  • Certified Registered Nurse liscensed in the state of Minnesota or Iowa
  • Drivers license required for this position
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborates with management and the environmental/safety staff to carry out the objectives of the occupational health/medical services
  • Provides initial assessment of on the job injuries & illnesses and refers for further evaluation as necessary
  • Provides direct care, including treatment of occupational injuries & illnesses
  • Bahelors degree in nursing & certification in occupational health nursing preferred (COHN, COHN-S)
  • Three to Five years occupational health nursing experience required
  • Knowledge of case management, workers’ compensation, and government (OSHA) regulations & additional education appropriate to the work setting, e.g., pulmonary function testing, hearing conservation (CAOHC), AED/CPR Healthcare provider preferred
  • Current license to practice as a registered nurse in the state(s) of Kentucky
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Daily interaction with employees who need health services. Priority is on work-related or company managed topics
  • Disability Process – work with insurance carrier, benefits and employee to provide proper guidance through the disability process and help manage their return to work program
  • Workers Compensation – work with insurance carrier, medical providers, physical therapist and employee to track cases and ensure effective case management
  • Track and manage FMLA requests and approvals/denials based on medical information and company/legal protocol
  • Facilitate employee illness/injury treatment; Complete incident reports (IRT forms) and follow up
  • Coordinate care with provider(s) for work related conditions (illness/injury)- PIIM Program management and Primary Care Provider for non-work related illness/injury
  • Research and identify best practice guidelines/SOP’s for injury/illness treatment
  • Maintain employee medical files and ensure applicable privacy and confidentiality rules are enforced
  • Help train and manage First Responders within the plant
  • External interaction with Medical providers as necessary
  • Internal interaction with employees and department leadership
  • Participate in the 24/7 Safety and Health Initiatives both provided by the Corporation as well as those driven from WL. Manage Medical surveillance program
  • Experience with processes of Workers Compensation, Disability process & FMLA
  • Good administrative skills and effective ability to multi-task
  • Understanding how to prevent and manage Occupational related injuries
  • Must have at least 3-5 years of experience as a Occupational Health Nurse
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Work with local contracted occupational health providers
  • Supporting the Human Resources department by keeping up to date employee medical files and maintaining the order of the clinic
  • Running Drug Screenings and Vaccinations
  • Three to Five years of job related experience with occupational health is required
  • Must be very well organized and be able to work independently
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • First responder for injuries and illnesses within the manufacturing plant
  • Paticipating and promoting wellness and workplace safety education
  • Pre-employment physicals and drug testing, as well as post accident processes
  • Maintain employee medical files, OSHA record-keeping, managing Workers Compensation, coordinate and schedule annual hearing
  • Graduate from an accredited RN program
  • Five years of Occupational Health experience
  • Current Illnois State licensure as a Registered Nurse
  • Certification in Occupational Health preferred
  • Certification in Audiometrics and experience with FLMA a plus
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Occupational Health Nurse Consultant Resume Examples & Samples

  • In this leadership role the OHNC will model professional behaviors, nursing excellence, integrity, organizational commitment, and strive to problem solve through innovation and creative solutions. The OHNC will inspire team members to excel and support the development of new and emerging leaders
  • Provide direct management to occupational health nurses in the assigned network including orientation, coaching and feedback, problem solving and objective guidance, clinical issues, performance reviews, calibration, salary handling, career development, and continuing education. Periodic travel by the OHNC may be required for onsite visits, auditing, educational sessions/presentations, or conferences
  • Direct the development, implementation, delivery, and periodic review of appropriate policies, occupational health standards and procedures, employee health programs and strategies to ensure best in class performance, program effectiveness, standardization, quality assurance, and customer satisfaction
  • Ensure the provision of periodic and regular audits and/or best practice reviews of all sites delivering occupational health services. This requires regular communication with mill management teams to ensure alignment on occupational health requirements, risk assessments, priorities, gaps, and compliance issues. Best practices in OH will require continuous improvement and benchmarking initiatives
  • Assist in the strategic planning, development, implementation, and assessment of cost-effective and value-added health and well-being strategies. This includes a variety of health promotion and screening programs, preventive health interventions, and direct clinical services
  • Provide subject matter expertise for mental health, drug and alcohol/substance abuse, and critical incident/threat assessment initiatives and response. Support the promotion and utilization of services available through the Employee Assistance Program
  • Support the development, implementation, periodic assessment and review of occupational health programs and supporting educational programs to meet applicable corporate, state, federal, and OSHA requirements. Programs include ergonomics, medical surveillance, medical clearance, health monitoring, pre-placement/post-offer evaluations, fitness for duty, return to work, ADA/FMLA, case management, and health related absence management
  • Provide clinical assessments, direct care, treatment, and follow-up of work related and non-work related health events utilizing corporate Standard Operating Procedures and nursing standards of care. Necessary clinical skills include basic life support/CPR/AED, emergency response, health screening and coaching, minor injury and illness assessment and care, venipuncture, and ECG
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides clinical healthcare services including: Nursing care for Injuries, illnesses, and disability management; occupational health injury and illness care and case management; medical surveillance; travel health; general health education and health coaching
  • Responsible for compliance associated with occupational health at the locations they support including, applicable OSHA regulations and record keeping and J&J global health standards
  • Responsible for Hearing, Vision, Sensitizer, Spirometry Programs as required
  • Drives increased health outcomes including reducing population health risks, managing and eliminating workplace health risks and supporting improved business outcomes through advancing employee health and well being
  • Accountable for delivery of all Health, Wellness, and EAP services delivered by our integrated global health team
  • Develops and implements a site business plan that incorporates Global Health Strategic Goals and objectives into operating company business plans
  • Develops quarterly, semi-annual, and annual site updates and program outcome reports for review with on-site customers
  • Assures effective communication occurs within the team, key customers, our insurance companies, and with the Global Services Site Lead Supervisor
  • Assists in developing and administering the annual budget
  • Support remote Sales Staff as directed by Supervisor as needed
  • Current Registered Nurse License for the State of New York required
  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Nursing or ADN required. Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing preferred
  • A minimum of 6 years of experience as a professional nurse required. A minimum of 3 years of Occupational, Community, Workers Compensation Case Management, Public Health or like experience preferred
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN) preferred. Management/Certification of Hearing Conservation Program (CAOCH), Spirometry Program preferred, but will be required within 6 months of hire
  • Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience preferred
  • Phlebotomy proficiency preferred
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas; i.e.; ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Workers' Compensation, STD/LTD preferred
  • Strong Case Management experience required
  • Experience in Electronic Medical Recording preferred.Occupational Health
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administers medical treatment and assistance to all employees for occupational and non-occupational illnesses and injuries in the production floor and offices located in the perimeter
  • Evaluates, assesses, and treats job-related employee health issues
  • Documents employee injuries including nature of injury or illness, department, treatment administered and time/date and maintains all employee medical records
  • Prepares weekly and monthly safety and health reports
  • Periodically performs plant safety inspections and identify and correct potential hazards, promote safety and ensure safety regulation compliance
  • Compile, analyze, and interpret statistical data related to occupational illnesses and accidents. Maintain all applicable OSHA records and Workers Compensation data
  • Maintain and apply knowledge of current policies, regulations, and industrial processes. This position exercises independent judgment routinely and operates within established guidelines
  • Provide assistance to the department on a wide variety of HSE/Human Resources projects
  • Participate in HSE meetings and events
  • Issues medical supplies and hearing protection if needed
  • Conducts annual hearing examinations as needed
  • Manages medical supplies inventory
  • Performs related tasks as assigned by HSE manager
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule to accommodate off-shifts
  • Background in OSHA regulations, Worker’s Compensation laws, occupational health
  • Professional certifications (CPR, First Aid, BBP, AED) preferred
  • Prior work experience working in a manufacturing environment providing 24/7 support
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide prompt, appropriate clinical care to all employees in conformance with company policies, clinical protocols, state regulations and ethical standards. This includes worksite injury/illness triage, treatment coordination with the Wellness Center, and referral to specialists as necessary
  • Documents all clinical care in appropriate medical format in the provided electronic medical record
  • Other duties may include recording of vital signs, audiograms, vision testing, urine collection, blood collection, spirometry, respirator fit testing, injections and basic first aid
  • Supports the employers Workers Compensation Program including providing case management for all employee work-related injuries and/or illnesses for the purposes of reducing illness and absenteeism
  • Coordinates and manages compliance with a client’s pre-placement, OSHA mandated and non-mandated surveillance programs such as drug screening, HazMat, respiratory protection, and hearing conservation programs
  • Provides appropriate follow-up communication with the Client and treating providers
  • Refers employees to other providers or programs in the community as appropriate
  • Provides clinical oversight for the site’s Medical First Response Team
  • Coordinates and delivers health education training and seminars in collaboration with Client
  • Acts as site’s Wellness Champion and supports wellness program initiatives
  • Participates in ergonomic initiatives
  • Minimum three years occupational health or other related nursing experience (emergency/urgent care, acute care, internal medicine, community health)
  • Past military medic experience would be considered
  • The ability to work collaboratively with the Client site’s leadership and safety team is essential
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Monitoring employee exposure to hazardous substances administering statutory and non-statutory health surveillance
  • The ability to request assistance of on-site employee health services or a physician as necessary to assist employee
  • Assists in administration of the company FMLA and ADA policy. Includes communication with outside medical providers
  • Coordinates the delivery of the travel medicine program, if applicable
  • Performs ergonomic job hazard analysis of work stations with identified risk factors including job process, work station and work method and follow up to evaluate effectiveness of change
  • Prepares ergonomic, injury intervention, injury treatment, surveillance, FMLA/ADA reports
  • Provides tracking/trending and analysis of workplace ergonomic issues to provide recommendations to mitigate workplace injuries and illnesses and maintains associated database
  • The ability to maintain friendly, cordial relations with all clients, outside vendors and employees
  • Provide education and training to employees in Health, Safety and Wellness topics, including: BBP, Universal precautions, in proper lifting techniques and body mechanics, as well as other OSHA surveillance, health and wellness related topics
  • Maintains the confidentiality of sensitive information and records
  • The ability to maintain friendly, cordial relations with all clients and employees
  • >5 months experience in Occupational Health Nursing with desire to sit for the Occupational Health Nurse Certification when eligible
  • Approachability
  • Career ambition
  • Comfort around higher management
  • Composure
  • Conflict management
  • Integrity and trust
  • Priority setting
  • Timely decision making
  • Strong customer orientation
  • Strong team player; and
  • Commitment to company values
  • Licensed Registered Nurse and a current license in the State(s) in which they will be practicing
  • COHN, or COHN-S certification preferred, but not required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Becoming an active team member of the EHS&S Department, including the plant TSCT (Total Safety Culture Team)
  • Leading cross functional team of 3M, Plant leadership, & /or third party vendors or other appropriate parties to determine the return to work/disability management plans to drive disability case management and Workers compensation claims to resolution
  • Advising on legislative and regulatory requirements in relation to medical needs
  • Providing feedback on vendor effectiveness with case management as required
  • Providing direct care of illness/injury and contributes to clinical protocol development and revision
  • Supporting MERT (Medical Emergency First Responders) team in medical emergencies and supports training. Maintain and execute medical surveillance programs for the site
  • Conducting medical surveillance related evaluations including spirometry, hearing and vision tests
  • Driving the health and productivity initiatives for the site
  • Providing employee health education and wellness materials & information, both one-on-one and to groups. Understanding local prevalent illnesses and participates with Occupational Medical Physician on design of health promotion programs to enhance employee well-being
  • Collaborating with employee assistance professional for referrals and to identify mental health/substance abuse education needs, and refers appropriately to local healthcare providers and company occupational medical physician
  • Providing ergonomic assessments and management as required
  • Communicating with EHS work-related illness/injury information required for incident log management and government reporting, while maintaining medical confidentiality
  • Conducting onsite preplacement medical evaluation process including pre-employment drug testing
  • Two year technical degree or higher in Nursing from an accredited institution
  • Current, unrestricted, Arkansas Registered Nursing license
  • Minimum of five (5) years combined occupational health and/or public health experience
  • Minimum of five (5) years case management experience
  • Minimum of three (3) years electronic medical record systems experience
  • Minimum of eight (8) years of occupational health nursing experience working with direct delivery of services to workers
  • Knowledge of Arkansas worker compensation system
  • Computer skills sufficient to create documents, presentations, analyze data, generate reports and provide communications
  • 3M Global Terms of Use and Privacy Statement
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintaining PPE such as PAPR’s (Powered Air Purifying Respirators) as well as conducting regular testing such as audiograms
  • Treat employee’s injuries which may require advanced medical procedures
  • Provide medical care for non-work related ailments for employees within your personal scope of practice
  • Create and maintain strong communication between Mueller Co. and surrounding health care professionals and facilities
  • Request, acquire, and document pertinent evidence resulting from incidents that require outside medical care
  • Assist in accident investigations and other safety activities
  • Maintain OSHA 300 logs
  • Monitor and maintain PAPR
  • Maintain audiogram testing schedule for all employees
  • Support EHS department and operational programs as designated
  • Five or more years of experience in a manufacturing environment as an industrial nurse
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) preferred but not required
  • Understand the relevant principles of industrial hygiene and personal protective requirement
  • Understanding OSHA and TOSHA regulations
  • Outstanding PC/Systems knowledge and skills
  • Strong leadership, communications and interpersonal skills with ability to interact with all levels of employees
  • Previous experience working in an industrial environment
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Occupational Health Nurse / RN / nd Shift Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrates analytical ability
  • Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills
  • Proficient with electronic medical records and basic computer programs/software
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Licensed as a Registered Nurse, Advanced Practice Licensed Practical Nurse, or international equivalent
  • College/university degree
  • 2 or more years of acute care, critical care or occupational nursing experience
  • Experience in various areas of occupational healthcare delivery (OSHA Recordability, Triage, CPR Certification, Hearing testing)
  • Certifications in related fields (Occupational Health certifications, Hearing Conservation certifications, DOT/Breath Alcohol Certifications/ CPR Instruction)
  • The ability to demonstrate outstanding clinical skills and judgment
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Interpersonal and communication skills and an acute focus on customer service
  • The ability to maintain confidentiality
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Respond to medical emergencies immediately
  • Submit and track Medical Incident Reports within five days of occurrence to site GPOC
  • Support any interactions with site and municipal medical and emergency services during drills and actual emergencies
  • Manage and train the Site Medical Response/Mass Casualty Team in First Aid and Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment Methods
  • Provide and disperse over the counter drugs in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) or Standing Orders
  • Host and coordinate blood drives
  • Maintain Ergonomics, Wellness, and Blood Borne Exposure Control Programs
  • Administer influenza vaccine program
  • Administer vaccines for business related travel
  • Provide screening exams as required by Occupational Safety Heath Administration
  • Administer vision screening
  • Administer respiratory screening
  • Administer blood pressure screening
  • Administer hearing screening
  • Maintain mother’s nursing rooms
  • Host Annual Health Fair
  • Provide Cardiovascular Pulmonary Resuscitation/Automated External Defibrillator and first aid training
  • Host health related seminars and or brown bag learning sessions
  • Coordinate annually written policies, SOPs, and Standing Orders on behalf of site GPOC and corporate Headquarters
  • Provide written, weekly activity reports to site GPOC for possible referral to corporate headquarters
  • Develop and maintain service/demand and performance metrics in coordination with site GPOC and corporate headquarters
  • Strong interpersonal skills necessary to work collaboratively with multiple site and enterprise customers, stakeholders, and corporate headquarters managers
  • Oral and written communication skills sufficient to compose and deliver clear and concise medical records and reports
  • Critical thinking skills needed to analyze customer needs, work independently through completion of tasks, and make sound judgements under pressure
  • Knowledge in the use of MS Office and standard computer applications
  • Thorough knowledge of current industry trends in medical and nursing practice protocol and equipment standards
  • Active Healthcare Provider of Cardiovascular Pulmonary Resuscitation/Automated External
  • Defibrillators Certification: Active certification as an Occupational Health Nurse
  • License to practice as a Registered Nurse (RN) within Virginia
  • Active Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification
  • Active Hearing Conservationist Certification – may be required within 6 months of hiring depending on OSHA requirement at designated site
  • Active Spirometry Certification – may be required within 6 months of hiring depending on OSHA requirement at designated site
  • Current in annual Blood Borne Pathogen training
  • EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE This Intermediate position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and minimum of 6 years relevant experience or an Associate’s Degree and minimum of 8 years relevant experience
  • TS/SCI clearance and Poly required (or be able to obtain)
  • ICAF*
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist work units with identifying, evaluating and referring employees for accommodations and return to work options for employees with restricted duty
  • Clinical resource and provide case management services for off-duty injury/illness, reportable health events including follow-up and referrals providing education related to railroad policies, processes, and programs
  • 5 year(s) experience in the following medical areas nursing experience in occupational health, emergency services, or community health
  • 1 year(s) experience / knowledge in a management / professional position focusing on disability management practices and return to work techniques
  • 1 year(s) experience in project management including the ability to multi-tasking with various assignments or projects, and case management program skills
  • Certified Registered Nurse licensed in the state of Nebraska
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Occupational Health Nurse Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the operations of the occupational health centers in his/her area
  • Manage and deliver as appropriate all medical surveillance programs in compliance with Federal requirements and Company guidelines. This includes but it is not limited to: Laboratory Animal Allergy, Respiratory protection, Powered Industrial Vehicle, Reproductive Risk assessments, vaccinations and titers and any other surveillance exams needed based on risk assessments
  • Workers Compensation injury and illness evaluation, treatment and case management for sites as assigned
  • Maintain all medical information in compliance with Occupational Health guidelines, OSHA, HIPAA and other guidelines
  • Work closely with HSE in regard to Industrial Hygiene data interpretation as it relates to surveillance, PPE, medical recommendations, work risk assessments, work related injury and illness prevention, accommodations, RTW, etc
  • Work with managers, HR, and Disability Management in regard to accommodations, return to work, EAP, fit for duty, ADA, etc
  • Manage the Medical Emergency Response Teams for sites assigned. This includes but it is not limited to training, Hep B immunizations and AED program
  • Manage OH issues remotely when appropriate
  • Travel consultations
  • This position also supports Genzyme Field sales employees remotely if accidents occur
  • Comply with Na OH Key Performance Indicators and relevant metrics
  • Provide site-specific prevention programs
  • Identify trends in employee injuries
  • Manage minor non-occupational issues for employees, including behavioral health issues with compassion and sensitivity
  • BSN with 3 years of experience in Occupational Health or matriculating
  • In the absence of a bachelor’s degree in nursing, an RN with 5 years of experience in Occupational Health; will consider current BSN students with experience
  • Occupational Health Certification or willing to obtain within 3 years of hire
  • Licensed in the state of MA
  • Knowledge of OSHA and MA workers compensation
  • Strong clinical assessment skills and comfort working autonomously
  • CPR/AED certification (Instructor preferred)
  • Experience in Biosafety preferred
  • Spirometry experience (certification preferred)
  • Hearing Conservation experience/certification preferred
  • Proficiency in IM and ID vaccine administration
  • Proficiency in PPD administration/reading
  • Experience in urine drug screen collections (DOT and non DOT)
  • Knowledge of EAP, OSHA, FML, ADA, HIPAA
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills
  • Flexibility in work hours
  • Availability to support the site telephonically after hours
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Occupational Health Nurse Site Team Lead Resume Examples & Samples

  • Accountable for successful implementation of all GHS services (EAP, Wellness & Occupational Health) by applying centrally developed strategies, resources and tools locally
  • Provides clinical healthcare services including: Nursing care for Injuries & illnesses, Case Management of Occupational Injuries and Illness, Medical Surveillance examination and general health education and coaching
  • Is responsible for compliance associated with occupational health at the locations they support including, compliance with applicable OSHA regulations and recordkeeping and J&J global health standers
  • Accountable for leading their team and local BBHR, site managers, EHS, and other stakeholders and in the local application of a health and wellbeing strategy for their location(s) and leads a team of healthcare, wellness and mental health professionals who will execute on that strategy
  • Is accountable for delivery of agreed-to regional Health metrics and outcomes
  • Creates value by driving greater efficiency and standardization in the deployment of GHS resources, processes, procedures and programs using a regional construct
  • Continuously monitors all aspects of site GHS performance, providing direction to their staff and vendors providing wellness services at their locations
  • Leads the talent acquisition, development and management process for their staff
  • Provides GHS technical assistance and support as needed across all campus locations
  • Periodically engages business leaders to review Global Health performance and compliance
  • Is responsible for development and meeting site budget expectations
  • Fosters an atmosphere of openness and information sharing in order to encourage a culture of high awareness, transparency and diligence with respect to GHS matters
  • Manages a team of up to 5
  • Current Registered Nurse license for the State of California required
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN) or COHN-S certification preferred
  • Minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Nursing or ADN required. Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing preferred
  • Minimum of 6 years of experience as a professional nurse required. A minimum of 3 years of Occupational Health Nursing experience required
  • Supervisory experience is required
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills required
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas (e.g., ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Workers' Compensation) required
  • Phlebotomy skills required
  • Experience with Electronic Medical Records (EMR), Outlook, and Microsoft Excel is required
  • Health coaching training/certification preferred
  • Current CPR/AED certification required
  • Strong compliance orientation required
  • Up to 10% travel may be required.Occupational Health
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Occupational Health Nurse rd Shift Resume Examples & Samples

  • At least two (2) years of experience in occupational health, emergency room or intensive care nursing
  • CPR Health Care Provider Certification
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas (e.g., ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Workers' Comp, STD/LTD)
  • Availability to work 2nd or 3rd shift at McNeil Las Piedras, and as required at Janssen, Gurabo or Ethicon, San Lorenzo
  • Availability to travel to affiliates in the island approximately twenty percent (20%) of the time
  • Flexibility to provide on-call support after working hours and to work overtime as needed
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Deliver and administer Health Surveillance/Screening programmes
  • Maintain up-to date and accurate manual and computerised records for OH in accordance with Data Protection, Medical Confidentiality and Company requirements
  • To assess an individual’s immunity to certain diseases and where appropriate give advice, administer appropriate tests or administer vaccinations
  • To assess an individual’s fitness to work by reviewing Health questionnaires and performing new employment health screening interviews
  • Carry out workplace assessments and advise Managers in line with relevant H&S legislation
  • To assist in the development of proactive and reactive programmes to deliver health promotion, work ability and employee wellness activities for all employees across the business
  • To build and maintain working relationships with HR, Senior Managers, Health and Safety personnel and all JM employees
  • Assist with the development and maintenance of policies and procedures for all services delivered within the department
  • To participate in and support activities within the OH Department including departmental audit
  • A registered Nurse (NMC) with post registration experience is essential, as is previous experience in an Occupational Health role
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability communicate effectively and build working relationships is necessary
  • Good knowledge of Health and Safety legislation is desirable
  • You will be proficient in Microsoft packages with strong IT skills and must demonstrate flexibility in adopting new ways of working
  • Previous experience of working in a similar role or health care setting with technical skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and willingness to work collaboratively is required
  • NO AGENCIES PLEASE**
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Supervisory Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience applying nursing principles and procedures with extended clinical experience and training
  • Experience in health effects of toxic agents and environmental hazards of the work site including medical conditions such as heatstroke, pneumonitis and acute congestion, lacerations, contusions, etc
  • Experience in toxicology, industrial hygiene, safety regulations, and epidemiology to recognized the more insidious health effects
  • Experience evaluating and interpreting laboratory, x-ray, pulmonary function, audiograms, and other tests in relating to potential work site hazards based on the degree of exposure, and medical status of the employee
  • Selectee must have a degree or diploma from a professional nursing program approved by the legally designated State accrediting agency at the time the program was completed by the applicant
  • Selectee must have an active, current licensure as a practical or vocational nurse in a State, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States
  • Selectee will be required to successfully complete a pre-appointment physical examination
  • A Secret security clearance is a requirement of this position. Failure to obtain and maintain the required level of clearance may result in the withdrawal of a position offer or removal. If you possess a security clearance, please indicate the level and termination date in your resume
  • Successful completion of a pre-employment drug test is required. A tentative offer of employment will be rescinded if the applicant fails to report to the scheduled drug test appointment. Incumbents of drug testing designated positions will be subject to random testing. Drug test results will be provided to the employing activity/command
  • Selectee must possess and maintain Basic Cardiac Life Support (BLS) Certification
  • Selectee must receive and maintain required vaccinations
  • Complete Assessment Questionnaire. View Occupational Questionnaire
  • Knowledge of Program Objectives
  • Knowledge of Personnel Management Principles
  • Knowledge of Nursing Principles
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Two-year technical degree or higher in Nursing from an accredited institution
  • Current, unrestricted, Texas Registered Nursing license
  • Minimum of three (3) years combined occupational health and/or public health experience
  • Minimum of three (3) years combined case management and/or clinical nursing experience
  • Minimum of one (1) year electronic medical record systems experience
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution/university
  • Minimum of five (5) years of occupational health nursing with direct delivery of services to workers
  • Ability to work with an electronic medical documentation system
  • Knowledge of Texas worker compensation system
  • Board Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN-S)
  • Board Certified Case Management (CCM)
  • Certification in CPR/AED/ACLS
  • Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist (CAOHC)
  • Knowledge and experience with disability management, basic ergonomics, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA), and state privacy acts, Texas Nursing Practice Act, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Texas Worker’s Compensation statues
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Spending time “on the floor” interacting with and engaging employees, providing job coaching. Assessing the work environment for potential health and safety problems. Must be fully capable of extended mobility, climbing both in protected work environments and outdoors. 9. Assists in process of FMLA and ADA program application. Includes communication with outside medical providers
  • Ability to adhere to the Core Values of the Company Non-Essential Functions
  • At least 2 years of nursing experience
  • Some experience in occupational health nursing Current License or Certification
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • More than 5 years experience in broad health area in different jobs and locations in the oil and gas industry
  • BCLS+AED (Instructor preferable) or equivalent
  • HAZMAT Basic Provider Course and PHTLS (is an advantage)
  • Industrial Hygiene Technician competence (is an advantage)
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 4) Maintains a documentation system for occupational health record keeping and confidentiality. Responsible for all required reporting (i.e., OSHA, Workers Compensation, etc.)
  • 5) Implements an effective case management program including coordination with other health care professionals, human resources, department managers, and insurance carrier representatives or third party administrators to facilitate timely return to work and appropriate utilization of benefits
  • 6) Facilitates and coordinates a risk-based health promotion program to enhance employee and family wellbeing
  • 7) Provides health-related counseling for employees within the scope of nursing knowledge and practice
  • 8) Partners with other health and safety professionals to recognize health hazards and environmental risk factors in the workplace that may cause negative health impacts among employees. Actively participates in determining strategies to reduce those risks
  • 9) Participates in the periodic evaluation of the facility occupational health program and takes measures to achieve continuous improvement. Stays within the OH budget
  • 10) Establishes a relationship with an external physician to provide support as needed for the occupational health program
  • 11) Responsible for the on-site drug-testing program, including follow-up with outcomes as appropriate
  • 13) Facilitates compliance with applicable health and safety regulations
  • Critical thinking and decision making skills
  • Proficient in computer program use
  • Certification in CPR/first aid
  • Physically able to respond in emergency situations
  • Registered nurse with current license to practice required
  • Minimum 3 years experience in a clinical nurse setting
  • OH Certification preferred
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Applicant must have a minimum of LPN or EMT license
  • AED/CPR/First Aid Certification required
  • Applicant must have excellent people skills, recordkeeping/injury management experience, plus independent decision making skills
  • Bilingual Spanish a plus
  • Background check along with drug and alcohol testing are required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and administer efficient and professional operations of occupational health services in a manufacturing environment as it relates to work place injuries and illnesses
  • Provides primary nursing care of occupational injuries and illnesses, including emergency care and referral, based upon nursing assessment, nursing diagnosis, and medical directives
  • Interviews and counsels employees to assist in resolving medical concerns
  • Develop records and programs related to occupational health services
  • Collaborate with outside resources for program development, third party consultants, legal advisors, medical agencies, insurance carriers and regulatory agencies
  • Evaluate and treat work related injuries and illnesses in an efficient and professional manner within the scope of practice
  • Guide and direct health care in conjunction with medical facilities and insurance carriers
  • Participate in ergonomic assessments, safety teams, and special safety projects as needed
  • Manage worker’s compensation cases in conjunction with production activities, employee work restrictions and return to work programs
  • Assist departments with implementing injured employee accommodations and return to work options
  • Maintain OSHA recordkeeping, reports and employee medical files
  • Support corporate health and wellness programs
  • Support Medical Emergency Response Teams
  • Evaluate exposures to occupational hazards and provide necessary treatment measures
  • Assist with hearing, vision, sensitizer, and spirometry programs
  • Investigate industrial accidents, injuries and determine causes and preventive measures
  • Explores opportunities to add value to meeting organizational goals and operate within budgets, reduce cost and waste where feasible
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas: ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Worker’s Compensation, STD. LTD a plus
  • Instructor for First Aid, CPR and AED a plus
  • Additional information
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Review post offer medical history information with employee, assess any concerns and make recommendations for referral or restrictions as deemed appropriate
  • Support ergonomic and safety initiatives including Ergonomic Job Measurement System and Behavioral Based Safety Program
  • Manage respiratory protection, first responder and blood borne pathogen programs for employees
  • Advise, coach and educate employees on preventative health and wellness
  • Promote a safe work environment and serve as a member of Safety Steering Committee
  • Communicate with medical, legal and insurance personnel. Represent site in litigation proceedings for workers compensation
  • 3+ year’s relevant experience in nursing
  • Bilingual – English/Spanish proficiency
  • Workers’ Compensation administration and case management within a plant environment
  • Ability to handle and resolve most issues independently
  • Direct and empathetic communication style
  • Highly effective written/verbal and interpersonal communication skills sufficient to communicate and interact effectively with internal and external customers
  • Ability to work in fast paced environment with multiple priorities
  • Strong presentation skills with the ability to speak comfortably in front of management or employee groups
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word
  • Demonstrated sound work ethic, honesty and moral character
  • Manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously and prioritize work accordingly
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Complete electronic recordkeeping for employees, documenting care and interactions
  • Maintain OSHA recordkeeping
  • Develop wellness initiatives and programs that align with company goals & direction
  • Administer first aid & emergency care per medical directives or protocols
  • Communicate with medical, legal and insurance personnel
  • Represent site in litigation proceedings for workers compensation
  • 3+ year’s relevant nursing experience
  • Familiarity with OSHA standards concerning Bloodborne Pathogens and injury reporting requirements
  • Exposure to Workers’ Compensation administration and case management within a plant environment
  • Strong presentation skills with the ability to speak comfortably in front of large groups
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide nursing care and emergency first aid to ill and injured employees
  • Coordinate employee’s work related injury care with the Work Comp physician and staff, the Work Comp insurance carrier and with any specialist involved
  • Plan, develop and promote the necessary facilities, equipment, supplies for the medical department. Record & maintain confidential employee records with accuracy
  • Evaluate the work environment
  • Administer wellness program
  • Perform physical examinations for new employees
  • Assist Human Resources in the administration of the drug screening program. Collect all drug screen specimens
  • Organize, administer and maintain the policies of the employee health service consistent with the company’s general policies concerning health issues
  • Organize yearly CPR/first aid training
  • Administer Blood Borne Pathogen Training to all CPR/First Aid certified and all custodial employees, including Hepatitis B injections
  • Assist in the fitting and instruction on the use of personal protective equipment
  • Organize, administer and maintain records of annual hearing conservation training and testing
  • Organize all blood drives with the American Red Cross and Indiana Blood Center
  • Administer the Worker’s Compensation program
  • Assure compliance with regulatory requirements of the Department of Transportation
  • Assist department with identifying, evaluating and implementing accommodations and return to work options for workers with restricted duty
  • Recommend and budget for medical capital expenditure items and annual employee health services budget
  • Assist in accident investigation and identification of hazardous conditions/actions within the plant and recommend corrective measures as apply to health issues
  • Perform any other duties established by the Human Resources Supervisor
  • Registered Nurse licensed in the state of Indiana. Current license is to be maintained according to the requirements of the Indiana Health Professions Bureau
  • Certification as an occupational health nurse (COHN) preferred with a minimum of three year occupational health nursing preferred
  • Skills in decision-making, problem-solving, independent nursing judgment, communication and a broad knowledge of general nursing
  • Broad knowledge and appreciation of individual and group behavior, including employee relationships
  • Previous experience in administering emergency nursing care and employee care in the industrial setting preferred
  • An understanding of regulatory issues concerning occupational health and safety
  • Participation in community health and professional occupational health nursing activities preferred
  • Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC) certification required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide emergency medical response
  • Active registration and practice permit with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) as a registered nurse
  • Proficient with audiometry, spirometry and vision testing; knowledge of Medgate GX is an asset
  • You are able to work well with minimal supervision
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Facilitate Return to Work activities for injured and ill employees
  • Conduct & record the business health surveillance programs (e.g. pre-employment medicals, job task analysis)
  • Develop and conduct workplace training in health awareness programs (e.g. ergonomic assessments)
  • Assist with the planning and delivery of business Health and Wellbeing Program
  • Actively support risk management principles to mitigate recurrence of incidents
  • Providing counselling and advice on health issues
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist in the coordination of medical surveillance programs. Examples of these programs include TB skin testing programs, respiratory protection programs and specific exposure related testing and/or surveillance initiatives
  • Assist in the provision of MyHealth@Work services which include but are not limited to: Obtaining vital signs, reviewing medication history, assisting provider with medical treatments, using telehealth equipment where applicable, and engaging staff regarding appropriate lifestyle, condition management programs, health promotion activities, and other available services
  • Assists with efforts and interventions to ensure regulatory compliance (i.e. JCAHO, Department of Health, OSHA, etc.)
  • Coordinates employee health efforts with various departments as needed, including for example: Human Resources, Infection Control, Safety and Administration
  • Coordinates pre-placement evaluations on new hires. This includes reviewing the questionnaires and coordinating any clinical laboratory services performed (i.e. TB skin testing, phlebotomy immunizations, etc.). Should have a general knowledge of ADA and EEOC guidelines as they relate to the pre-placement medical evaluation process
  • Coordinates services rendered to appropriate departments for OSHA reporting and documentation
  • Ensures compliance with appropriate testing policies and procedures pertaining to TB testing, vaccinations, and medical interventions
  • Evaluates laboratory results and initiates appropriate interventions and/or notifications
  • Input data and tests, including all services provided, into the employee health software database program for coordination and tracking
  • Maintains confidentiality of all medical information, and documents interventions and treatment in the appropriate database / medical record system
  • Orchestrates complete and appropriate interventions, treatment and follow up care for staff infectious disease exposures and/or Bloodborne pathogen exposures. This includes managing exposure evaluations and follow-up treatment
  • Performs phlebotomy, substance abuse testing, and immunizations (IM, Sub Q, Intradermal), and other medical testing
  • Provides education and counseling to staff throughout the evaluation and treatment process
  • Supports quality improvement, cost containment, and customer service oriented initiatives of the organization
  • Upholds policies and programs of UPMC
  • Registered Nurse with current Pennsylvania licensure
  • Minimum 1-2 yrs. clinical experience
  • BSN, or equivalent professional and/or educational experience
  • Occupational Health experience preferred/not required
  • Basic Life Support or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
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  • Responsible for implementing and maintaining the effectiveness of the quality system
  • Provide nursing treatment to ill and/or injured employees
  • Schedule medical appointments and follow-up visits with external medical providers and coordinate return-to work efforts
  • Conduct initial and periodic physical exams/testing of employees
  • Prepare and maintain medical and safety records, accident investigations and statistical data
  • Initiate reports as related to insurance, worker's compensation and OSHA
  • Instruct, educate and train employees on disease prevention, health, wellness and fitness topics
  • Collaborate with safety and training in the development of specialized or mandated training programs
  • Review and negotiate outside medical services and pricing
  • Knowledge of applicable regulatory standards and requirements for infant formula and nutritionals
  • Minimum two years experience in Occupational Health or Community Health (Hospital, Emergency Room, etc.)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, solid knowledge of Occupational Health and excellent computer skills required
  • The ability to perform independently, interact well with all levels of employees and make well-informed decisions is required
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  • Performance of physical examinations for compliance with NRC, OSHA and other regulatory requirements per directives of Corporate Medical Director (CMD)
  • Graduate of ADN, diploma, or BSN school of nursing
  • Two years of work experience as Registered Nurse
  • Valid Registered Nurse license in state of practice
  • Certifications in Audiometric testing, Spirometric testing, and Occupational Health Nursing
  • Two years of experience in Occupational Health nursing
  • Knowledgeable of NRC and OSHA requirements with ability to make sound medical decisions in each area
  • Experienced in use of computers for electronic Occupational Health data programs
  • Knowledgeable of HIPPA requirements and handles confidential medical information appropriately
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Occupational Health Nurse Consultant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conducting training with the customer's management and non-management employees related to preventing Shoulder, Knee, and Back related injuries
  • Provides technical expertise to the customer regarding Health and Wellness program implementation and employee training
  • Creates shared and best practices for use by the customer and consultants to enhance Wellness programs and prevent Shoulder, Knee, and Back injuries at other customer locations
  • Provides technical support to Risk Control consultants regarding Health and Wellness programs and initiatives
  • Analyzes and reviews loss data to identify injury trends for developing deliberate change strategies to reduce losses from Shoulder, Knee, and Back injuries
  • Participates in Safety Council meetings with the customer's upper management to develop continuous health and safety solutions
  • Incorporates behavioral interventions, such as observation and feedback, into the OH consulting services to prevent Shoulder, Knee, and Back injuries
  • Consults effectively to demonstrate that positive business relationships exist with the customer's District and Region staffs up to and including the District/Region Manager
  • Collaborates with customer safety committees, Wellness Champions, and operational management at target locations to support Wellness programs and initiatives as well as implementing solutions to prevent Shoulder, Knee, and Back injuries
  • Collaborates with the customer and RCS consultant counterparts to complete projects related to improvement Wellness and/or reduce Shoulder, Knee, and Back injuries
  • Develops a thorough understanding of the customer's risk, systems, methods, and metrics
  • Enhances Liberty Mutual's industry leadership and brand awareness through speaking engagements at conferences
  • Compiles, shares, and maintains a reference library of industry and loss specific resources and tools. Job requires up to 50% travel to 4-5 customer locations
  • The position location is the Atlanta, GA area and will require occasional work during early morning and/or late evening hours, and overnight travel to various customer locations
  • Successful candidates will possess the following
  • BS in Nursing, accreditation as a Registered Nurse (RN), a Certified Occupational Health Nurse – Specialist (COHN-S) is preferred
  • 2-15 years of experience in Occupational Health with experience in manufacturing or transportation industry
  • Working towards, or obtained, an advanced degree and/or professional certification in one or more of the following areas: CCM, COHN-S, or industry specific designation
  • Advanced knowledge, skills and experience in industry methods, related health and safety standards and risks
  • Fully effective interpersonal, writing and other communication skills required to develop and maintain relationships
  • Demonstrated ability to identify and set priorities; commit to and meet deadlines in a fast paced environment
  • Demonstrated success in team building, problem solving and conflict resolution
  • Excellent coaching and mentoring skills
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Occupational Health Nurse Mgr Resume Examples & Samples

  • Implement and manage corporate health and safety programs
  • Develop, maintain and monitor compliance with corporate safety and health processes
  • Manage and coordinate appropriate, timely and cost-effective delivery of health care related to disability, urgent and emergency care, work limitations, transitional return to work plans, accommodations and workers compensation and non-workers compensation illness and injury
  • Determine service needs, select and evaluate services of appropriate providers and make recommendations for retention or removal of health care providers
  • Identify and coordinate process of cases requiring physician-level review and implement recommendations
  • Identify cases involving high-frequency and high-risk injuries/illnesses and perform ongoing evaluation and treatment plans
  • Determine essential job junctions and identify and implement necessary limitations, accommodations and part-time work for high-frequency/high-risk cases reducing length of disability
  • Establish and maintain systems to improve health of employees through direct provision of medical care efficiently and appropriately delivered
  • Assign corporate policies/procedures to be adapted and implemented at production sites
  • Assist safety management in implementing programs throughout assuring compliance with OSHA regulated standards
  • Provide leadership and direction to subordinate occupational health professionals at the location level
  • Provide orientation to new plant nurses
  • Monitor adherence of policies and procedures/guidelines including federal and state compliance requirement standards, medical directives, and physician standing orders
  • Administer corporate compliance programs (e.g. AEDs, licensure/certifications, etc.)
  • Collaborate with Director of Safety, Compliance & Loss Prevention on new corporate initiatives
  • Be a liaison between assigned locations, vendors, company departments, etc
  • Oversee quality assurance through an occupational health systems audit
  • Oversee Occupational Health Nurses and Health and Safety Technicians processes ensuring fulfillment of Occupational Health Program objectives
  • Develop, support and execute processes reducing employee injury and illness rates, and proactively managing Worker’s Compensation cases
  • Participate in management review meetings to present Health & Safety performance statistics, discuss upcoming Health & Safety actions
  • Proactively identify and promptly address Safety & Health issues which may affect operations
  • Track metrics and drive Health & Safety improvement and performance
  • Manage all Health & Safety regulatory reporting requirements within area of responsibility
  • Provide direct Health & Safety support to assigned Complexes and Processing Plants
  • Maintain consistency as it relates to training, policies and procedures, and OSHA record keeping
  • Oversee the record keeping training for health care providers ensuring adequate training in order to carry out responsibilities for managing 300 OSHA regulated compliance logs
  • Indirect supervision of 9 – 13 Occupational Nurses and/or Health & Safety Technicians on matters pertaining to medical care, Worker’s Compensation and record keeping
  • This is a Leader of People position with required competencies: Sizing up People, Delegation, Planning, Customer Focus and Conflict Management
  • Registered Nurse (R.N.) Degree from an accredited institution with current R.N. license
  • Current CPR/1st Aid/AED certificate
  • Minimum 5 years’ nursing experience
  • Minimum 2 years’ Occupational Health/Case Management experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from and accredited institution
  • Professional certification in Occupational Health
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills with ability to communication effectively
  • Demonstrated strategic, management, analytical and organizational skills
  • Strong work ethic, sense of responsibility and confidentiality
  • Expert knowledge in state and federal safety and health regulations as well as consensus and professional standards (State Board of Nurse Examiners, OSHA, CDC, WHO, State Department of Health)
  • Proven track record of managing Health and Safety practices across multiple locations
  • Proven project management and change management skills
  • Ability to apply and interpret regulatory standards and consensus standards to situations not specifically addressed by the standards
  • Demonstrated ability to respond to crises in an effective and timely manner
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and maintain effective safety and health processes
  • High work capacity, dependable, results oriented and strong sense of urgency
  • Expert proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Excellent organizational skills, with precise attention to detail
  • Appropriately operate with frequent access to confidential information
  • Maintain and adhere to strict confidentiality standards
  • Ability to travel up to 25%
  • Understand and interpret data while drawing logical conclusions based on available inputs
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  • MS Office
  • Knowledgeable and experienced with illness/injury Disability assessment and medical rehabilitation management. Knowledgeable regarding applicable Federal regulations and guidelines
  • Strong Written, verbal, Interpersonal, Managerial and educational communications
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Occupational Health Nurse Supervisor Resume Examples & Samples

  • Identify gaps and implement changes within the Occupational Health Clinic to ensure regulatory compliance with Federal, State, and Local (i.e. OSHA, Texas Worker’s Compensation Commission (TWCC), Texas Department of Health (TDH), FDA, ADA, personnel licensing, and certifications
  • Manage the medical records retention program
  • Collaborate with EHS to ensure the site’s Emergency Response Team is trained on how to respond during medical-related issues at the site
  • Manage human, financial, and physical facility resources of the Occupational Health Department. Ensure open and effective communication with employees. Provide sound counsel to managers on resolution of employee health issues. Collaborate as necessary with HR, EHS, and the Workers Comp insurance carrier when making decisions
  • Hire, train, develop, and evaluate Occupational Health staff. Determine staffing needs / overtime requirements
  • Establish health and safety goals and objectives in conjunction with plant objectives
  • Present Occupational Health program requirements during New Employee Orientation (NEO)
  • Ensure on-call response during emergency situations outside normal clinic business hours
  • Refer employees to Employee Assistance Program (EAP) when necessary
  • Ensure compliance of all employee required screenings to adhere to all rules, regulations, SOPs, and corporate guidelines
  • Coordinate annual health and safety vendor fair; coordinate blood drives throughout the year
  • Remain current on all SOP’s/training and ensure departmental SOP’s are reviewed and updated as needed
  • Attend safety Incident Review Board (IRB) meetings when held. Provide assistance in review of incident to assist in determining root cause
  • Perform other related duties as assigned or required
  • Bachelor’s Degree is required: Nursing, Human Resource, Business Administration
  • RN License with Texas required
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN) preferred
  • Must have a minimum 3 years’ nursing experience (ER, Critical Care, Urgent Care, etc.) with at least one year in an Occupational Health setting preferred
  • Two years supervisory experience, preferred
  • Must demonstrate interpersonal, leadership, management and verbal communication skills
  • Must demonstrate strong written communication skills
  • Must be able to make decisions that are aligned with the needs of the plant while ensuring adherence to laws and policies
  • Must be able to influence and counsel others since the position potentially interfaces with all employees within the site
  • Must maintain skills and certifications to perform screenings and physicals for employees. (Medical and non-medical services for injuries and illnesses, CAOHC certification, CPR, phlebotomy, etc.)
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
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  • Execute wellness strategies and initiatives while assuring a high level of quality, integrity and value of our health services
  • Provide primary care to ill or injured workers
  • Collect and analyze comprehensive medical information and apply professional discernment with guidance on complex issues
  • Act as an authority on occupational health and applicable provincial regulations and codes for your area of practice
  • Communicate and consult with healthcare professionals, management and workers
  • Baccalaureate degree in nursing is preferred and/or a nursing diploma with relevant work experience will be considered
  • Registered nurse with current College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) registration
  • Advanced First Aid Course (ITLS, CPR level C) and audiometry and spirometry certification
  • Occupational Nurse Certificate and registration with a Canadian association is preferred
  • Experience in health surveillance testing and programs
  • Proficiency in industrial first aid or clinical settings is preferred
  • You work independently with minimal supervision and are flexible and adaptable if called upon to shift focus or take on additional or alternate initiatives and/or priorities
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Key contact for factory management and production teams providing support advice and guidance where appropriate
  • New starter medicals, long term sick reviews and capability reviews
  • Effective health surveillance including audiometry and vision screening
  • Occasional night worker assessments
  • Reviewing Occupational Health activity and protocols to ensure they reflect best practice, business objectives and client standards
  • Work closely with Health and Safety Manager and assist in accident investigation and reduction programs
  • Assist and advise on rehabilitation and resettlement of employees after illness and injury
  • Contribute to and become actively involved in health promotion campaigns
  • Oversee first aid and first aider activity
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Regional Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Execute effective Case Management for the sites and assist management staff in their case management
  • Ensure associates receive appropriate levels of quality healthcare while maintaining effective cost controls
  • Assist Associates with Workers’ Compensation process
  • Contact treating doctor to clarify diagnosis, prognosis, treatment plan and next appointment
  • Negotiate appropriate work restrictions
  • Participate in emergency response efforts
  • Organize first aid training to include AHA CPR/AED/First aid response
  • Refer cases to Nurse Case Managers where appropriate
  • Attain full duty release when appropriate
  • Participate in claims reviews with site management team, representatives from Risk Management Department, Third Party Administrator Claims Adjustors and Broker to reduce the costs and frequency of Worker’s Compensation claims
  • Identify opportunities for case reductions
  • Serve as Corporate Representative for litigated cases upon request of Risk Management or outside counsel in cases related to emergency response procedures, worker’s compensation, and non-subscriber claims
  • Train and support the site management team on preparing budget
  • Identify and evaluate fee schedule negotiations for local medical services to ensure effective pricing and continuity of medical care for employees. (HAZMAT, AEI, Testing)
  • Review OSHA and medical records to ensure continuity and compliance across the company
  • Conduct drug and alcohol testing (must maintain certifications)
  • Stock and clean Occupational Health facilities
  • Adhere to Nurse Practice Act
  • Maintain HIPPA compliance and educate on privacy rights
  • Educate associates on common health concerns, medication effects per PDA, and provide resources
  • Screen associates with health concerns and refer personal medical issues identified to outside providers
  • Assist the sites in managing OSHA inspections related to occupational health areas to include recordkeeping
  • Identify leading indicators to assist Safety in implementing preventative measures through ergonomic projects or administrative controls to reduce loss
  • Coordinate with Site and Corporate QA and Production personnel on medical issues related to USDA food safety requirements and customer audits
  • Serve as the Drug and Alcohol program resource for respective regional site locations
  • Perform the medical element of the Safety and Health Management Systems audit
  • Supervise Occupational Health staff at the respective sites within licensed states
  • Direct company efforts in response to State Department of Health investigations to include pandemic response CA-MRSA, tuberculosis outbreaks, and general public health awareness
  • Provide support to site and corporate safety staff by conducting trend analysis of work related incidents at the individual locations
  • Maintain Software for AED/First Aid Registry/Corporate SharePoint
  • Collaborate with HR Compliance, Benefits/HR and the site management team on medical issues related to new hire practices, annual surveillance, emergency response efforts, FMLA/ADA, or workers’ compensation management
  • Partner with the Benefits Leave Specialist on FMLA/ADA leaves
  • Other projects and duties as requested
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • RN licensure and related experience
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience as an RN
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN-S) preferred
  • Medical case management experience preferred
  • Working knowledge of basic Human Resources and Insurance management, a broad knowledge of FMLA, ADA, Workers Compensation and other disability policies and practices including applicable occupational health knowledge
  • Knowledge of drug and alcohol testing procedures
  • Ability to effectively communicate with employees, families, physicians, etc., and fulfill documentation requirements
  • Must have recall of clinical knowledge and critical thinking ability to effectively plan and provide care consistent with standards and regulations and deal with unique problems as they arise
  • Effective computer skills
  • Ability to work with sensitive information and maintain confidentiality
  • Solid planning and organizational skills Strong interpersonal and customer service skills
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Treat/evaluate/assess employees problems and determine medical direction to ensure quality medical care
  • Assist with occupational health related programs, ensure OSHA required record keeping compliance, and other various duties
  • Promote the health, safety and well-being of all staff
  • Must have active RN or LPN license in the state of CO
  • Strong verbal and written skills
  • Occupational Health knowledge
  • Very team oriented
  • Knowledge of OSHA and Worker Compensation
  • Bilingual in Spanish or Somali is a plus but not required
  • Access to a comprehensive employee benefits package including health, prescription, vision, dental, and life and short-term disability insurance
  • Paid service bonus and holidays
  • Access to continuing education via the Kelly Learning Center
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Occupational Health Nurse PRN Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists in medical record maintenance
  • Performs front office clerical duties such as answering telephones, check-in, check-out and record processing
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service and communication skills
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsibilities: Work every other weekend (Saturday and Sunday) Hours will be 11p.m.- 11 a.m. or 7 a.m.- 7 p.m. (24 hours)
  • The Occupational Health Nurse is an advanced nurse generalist responsible for the daily clinic administration and delivery of occupational nursing practices
  • This position serves as a highly skilled, autonomous occupational health nurse within the Corporate Medical Department
  • The delivery of comprehensive nursing services related to employee illness and injury
  • Responds to and even leads on-site medical emergency response
  • Engages in a supportive role in special projects and program delivery
  • Conducts DOT drug testing and fit-for-duty evaluations
  • Conducts OSHA mandated and other surveillance exams
  • Must be a LPN or RN
  • 3-5 years job related experience in occupational medicine or acute care
  • Licensed Nurse in the state of Texas – RN or LPN
  • Related Search Terms: OHN, registered nurse, RN, certified OHN, certified RN, Senior OHN, senior occupational health nurse
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Daily Clinic Administration and delivery of daily clinic administration and delivery of occupational nursing practices
  • Part time 20 hours per week. 4-5 hours per day
  • May travel to San Antonio and Schertz facilities as needed
  • On Call responsibilities to provide support for the production work force at least every other weekend
  • Licensed Nurse in the state of Texas
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assesses the needs of the client population
  • Plans, implements, and evaluates programs and services that meet the needs of the associate population and are compatible with corporate goals and objectives
  • Professionally supervises staff and administrative assistant
  • Supervises clinical care
  • Provides ergonomic assessments to individuals and departments
  • Directs the Travel Health Program: administers immunizations, remains current in travel health issues, uses Travax software, utilizes travel websites, CDC, and other resources
  • Gives guidance to associates/managers on health issues and provides personal health care and health counseling
  • Establishes outside physician referral sources
  • Identifies positive public relations and team work opportunities within and external to Marriott
  • Establishes relationships with community agencies to participate in crisis planning efforts
  • Supervises all health promotion programs ,i.e. lactation, flu vaccines, ergonomics, screenings, support groups, etc
  • Supervises purchasing of equipment and supplies
  • Maintains accurate medical records via computer software on all associates seen in the health unit
  • Maintains records per record retention policies and procedures
  • Supervises the maintenance and recording of the OSHA log
  • Presents monthly reports to director of occupational health: clinic visit statistics, programs, meetings, consultations, OSHA log, professional activities, and continuing education
  • Maintains Registered Nursing license and advanced certifications
  • Acquires CEU’s as necessary to maintain certifications and expertise
  • Maintains clinical skill expertise
  • Minimum of five years experience as an occupational health nurse and in-depth knowledge and recent experience in areas listed in Expected Contributions
  • Prior work experience demonstrating independent practice
  • Personal integrity
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
  • Knowledge of emergency preparedness, safety and security guidelines, and OSHA standards
  • Ability to thrive in a culturally diverse work environment
  • Financial management skills e.g., ability to understand budget statements and manage operating budgets
  • Strong analytical, problem solving, and decision making skills
  • Good training/facilitator skills
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  • Associate or Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Nursing required
  • 3 years of clinical and/or occupational nursing experience required
  • Registered Nurse designation required
  • Certified Audiometric Testing preferred
  • Certified in Quantitative Fit Testing preferred
  • Certified through The American Board of Occupational Health Nurses (ABOHN) preferred
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage and lead the Hearing Conservation Program, including audiograms and subsequent follow-up, communications, and employee education/refitting/retraining
  • Manage the Respiratory Protection Program to include Pulmonary Function Tests, Fit Tests and annual retraining
  • Partner with the EHS Manager to develop and implement safety procedures in support of safety goals
  • Nurse case management of work-related injuries with documentation; accompanying employees to medical appointments; recheck of employees; communications with the EH&S Dept
  • Assist in supporting the EHS Incident Reporting system
  • Develop and implement Plant-Based wellness activities
  • Provide regular/seasonal employee health programs such as flu shots, smoking cessation, etc
  • Manage the Functional Capacity Exam program
  • Provide nurse case management for Return to Work programs, ADA and FMLA compliance
  • Train JM Emergency Responders in C.P.R./First Aid and A.E.D. usage
  • Partner with site leadership in driving employee health components of safety programs
  • Monitor substance abuse procedures including administration of pre-hire testing, post incident testing , and assisting employees who come forward for treatment
  • Partner with the EHS Manager to implement a management system that includes plan developments and audits
  • Partner with the EHS Manager to review and revise existing health and safety plans and procedures as required
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable health regulations and requirements as codified in state and federal OSHA regulations
  • Registered or Occupational Nurse
  • 3 or more years of Occupational Nursing experience
  • General knowledge of workers compensation specifically as it relates to case management
  • Experience with hearing conservation and respiratory programs
  • Experience maintaining compliance with safety programs
  • General knowledge of OSHA (health related requirements and regulations)
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Ability to be on call 24/7
  • Ability to travel up to 5%
  • Manufacturing (union environment, heavy industrial)
  • Communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Collaboration skills
  • Experience delivering training
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist with first aid and minor work related injuries
  • Assist with pre-employment screenings
  • Job-related experience in occupational medicine or acute care are typically required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1+ years of experience in areas such as urgent care, critical care, emergency room, adult medical/surgical nursing
  • Current unrestricted license in the state of MO
  • Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certification experience
  • Pulmonary Function Testing training experience
  • Knowledge of Audiometric Testing experience
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Participates in Animal Exposure Surveillance Program (AESP)
  • Registered Nurse with current Pennsylvania licensure, minimum 1-2 yrs. clinical experience
  • BSN required - OR -
  • If no BSN, equivalent professional and/or educational experience (4 years)
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  • BSN required -OR-
  • If no BSN, equivalent professional and/or educational experience (4 years in addition to 1-2 years listed above)
  • Knowledge in EPIC and EPICCare a plus
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works to maintain optimum levels of health, reduce absenteeism, reduce medical disabilities, and contain medical costs
  • Assists in proper treatment for minor injury or illness and assists in determining and arranging proper disposition of employees as to hospital, physician, home or return to work
  • Assists in the determination of real and potential health problems and hazards in the workplace, as well as providing solutions and training for the mitigation of the hazards
  • Position requires interface with work groups and multidisciplinary teams to achieve above listed goals
  • Tasks performed include calibration and maintenance of equipment, providing technical advice, participating in training, incident reporting and investigating and general administrative duties
  • Position requires excellent interpersonal skills, basic computer skills, and ability to maintain records and review test results
  • Requires M.S. in nursing or related field and one (1) year experience, or B.S. and 2-3 years of experience, or 5-10 years of experience and L.V.N./L.P.N
  • Bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of experience preferred
  • Licensed registered nurse and Certified Occupational Health Nurse strongly preferred
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RN Occupational Health Nurse PRN Resume Examples & Samples

  • Valid Florida RN Licensure required
  • Workers Compensation/Employee Health experience is preferred
  • Current American Heart Association certification in BLS required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Schedule medical appointments and follow up visits with external medical providers
  • Coordinate return-to work efforts
  • Conduct initial and periodic physical exams and testing of employees
  • Initiate reports as related to worker's compensation and OSHA
  • This position is accountable for the appropriate medical treatment of employees reporting to Employee Health seeking treatment
  • Accountable for accurate and timely completion of worker's compensation claims and all aspects of Disability Case Management
  • Accountable for maintaining the accuracy and confidentiality of all employee medical records
  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or Registered Nurse, licensed by the state
  • Minimum two years’ experience in Occupational Health or Community Health (Hospital, Emergency Room, etc.)
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Registered Nurse license is required in the state of Ohio. Associate or Bachelor in Nursing preferred
  • One to three years of experience in occupational health preferred. Five years of experience in related field preferred
  • First-aid, CPR, Hearing Conservation, and Respiratory Spirometry certifications are required within one year
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas (e.g., ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Workers' Comp, STD/LTD) is required
  • Computer literacy (Microsoft Office, Words, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) is required
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English is required
  • Must work a standard forty-hour week schedule and be available on-call as needed
  • Position is based in Circleville, OH but successful candidate will occasionally (quarterly) make trips to another plant in Dayton, OH
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversees treatment and prevention services: ensures client’s needs are met satisfactorily; verifies that activities comply with HealthFitness and client company standards; and provides reporting of interventions and activities
  • Delivers onsite occupational health nursing services, education activities, surveillance exams, ergonomics and special requests for consultation and related services as requested by the client
  • Ensure maintenance of participant records including content, accuracy, completeness and communication in accordance with all Federal, State laws and professional standards
  • OSHA Record Keeping and Reporting and related services as requested by client
  • Provide first aid, emergency and routine care of associates
  • Lead the workplace ergonomic initiatives
  • Active injury management
  • Ensures a safe working environment for associates
  • Coordinate health promotion activities such as flu shots clinics, health screenings, health fairs, etc
  • Provide CPR/AED and First Aid training
  • Current Certification in occupational health nurse (COHN) preferred
  • Minimum 2 years experience as an occupational health nurse in an autonomous practice setting preferred
  • Knowledge and experience in primary care of workplace injuries, worker’s compensation, state and federal regulations governing occupational nursing practice, safety/accident prevention programs, wellness programs and health related benefit and disability plans (including ADA, STD, LTD, EAP) required
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist with applicant physical exams, drug testing, work-related incident reporting, medical surveillance exams, Workers’ Compensation, travel vaccines and medical recordkeeping
  • Assist with Health Promotion programs
  • Knowledge of state and federal regulations and laws affecting workers and the workplace such as Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA)
  • Able to provide treatment and maintain control of emergency situations
  • Triage occupational and non-occupational injuries/illnesses
  • Minimum 5 years clinical practice in emergency medicine, ambulatory care, or critical care
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Senior Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Active Florida State nursing license as a registered nurse
  • Bachelor’s degree and certification in occupational health nursing or case management preferred
  • Basic understanding of Federal and State regulations applicable to occupational health, as well as environment, health and safety
  • 2 - 3 years of experience in occupational health nursing and/or case management preferred
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Escorts patients to exam room, prepares patients for examination and treatment
  • Performs urine drug screens, using proper chain of custody; ensures preparation for pick-up and shipment to appropriate laboratory
  • Maintains exam rooms, lab area and treatment rooms clean and stocked, and maintaining inventory of supplies and re-orders as needed
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PRN Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Emergency triage
  • Assist with DOT urine drug screen collections
  • Current/active TX RN License
  • Job-related experience in occupational medicine
  • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work PRN and take call when assigned
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LM Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide clinical and primary nursing care including assessment, diagnosis, management and documentation of occupational and non-occupational illness and injury. This can include collaboration with the treating physician, Industrial Hygienist, employee’s Supervisor, and Human Resources
  • Provide case management for occupational and non-occupational illnesses and injuries ensuring compliance with all applicable state and federal regulations. Ascertain fitness-for-duty of Refinery employees to determine ability to maintain safe work performance. Approves employees’ return to work following a medical leave of absence. Collaborate with the outside medical provider and the employee in determining employee’s ability to return to work, modified duty, or disability. Report disability status to management for purposes of planning for temporary employees, scheduling of overtime or shifting of duties. Determine fitness for duty for all new hires
  • Maintains confidential, HIPAA compliant medical recordkeeping. Maintain medical surveillance examinations, substance abuse testing and daily clinic visits in HMS. Maintain occupational injury/illness information through the use of IMPACT
  • Ascertain fitness-for-duty of employees at the Refinery to determine ability to maintain safe work performance. Approves all employees’ return to work following a medical leave of absence. Collaborates with Corporate MD on cases with potential for significant impact. Determines fitness for duty for all new hires
  • Coordinates and conducts drug and alcohol testing on 50% of the employee population per year, ensuring it is consistent with CITGO and DOT standards. Maintains Breath Alcohol Technician certification. Ensures testing equipment is in compliance with DOT calibration requirements and is in functional, working order
  • Provide consultation, counseling, referrals and health education for employees. Analyzes testing data to develop health promotion programs and disease prevention strategies
  • Develops and administers budget, approves purchase of contracted medical services, equipment and supplies
  • Determines the need and select the outside medical service providers to provide off site medical services. Develops and promotes relationship of company with the local health care providers
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree and Current Pennsylvania RN license
  • Minimum of 3 years nursing experience
  • Experience as an Occupational Health Nurse
  • COHN certification
  • Manage the health / nursing station efficiently to ensure budget compliance, while fulfilling the needs of the sites associates. Counsel associates and make appropriate referrals to outside medical providers
  • Ability to interact with associates in a 24/7 four shift operation including flexibility to work extended hours weekends and early mornings to respond to employees/incidents during off-shifts
  • Provide counseling and advice to site leadership team on safety, health, and wellness issues
  • Maintain certification on audiometric, pulmonary function, CPR/AED instructor, etc. Maintain accurate records of injuries/illness and treatments. Manage emergency response team (ERT) to include providing annual training, certifications refresher training
  • Champion site safety initiatives. Serve as a standing member of the site work risk assessment and ergonomics improvement teams
  • Conduct and make arrangement for an medical examinations, medical surveillance, reproductive health and sensitizer assessments as required and immunization program
  • Coordinates and counsels associates who are required to take medical disability leave (FMLA). Assists in follow-up of associates patients with frequent or long-term medical disabilities. Perform as the sites’s case management interface for compensable injuries/WC
  • Maintains and controls the medical records of the sites associates in Medgate database
  • Ability to interact with associates on a 24/7 four shift operation including flexibility to work extended hours and early mornings to respond to employees/incidents on off-shifts
  • Ability to interact with Site Leadership Team, employees and health care providers
  • Ability to develop working relationships within GSK and area Occupational Health Community
  • Ability to read, write and speak effectively in English
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Senior Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop, improve and maintain standards, policies & guidelines and training pertaining to H&W site services programs (i.e. onsite first aid and emergency medical response, risk based health assessments, wellness strategies & initiatives, emerging issues, ergonomics program and Medgate information system)
  • Perform audits to ensure value and integrity of site services programs across the enterprise meeting regulatory and business requirements
  • Provision of site services programs and services (occupational health & wellness) for Calgary based workers (e.g. face to face health consultations, ergonomics and annual influenza campaign)
  • Liaise with a variety of stakeholders within Suncor and externally including regulatory organizations (e.g. Provincial colleges of nursing such as College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta CARNA and OH&S)
  • Working reciprocally with and provide subject matter expertise for H&W site services programs and services
  • Three years or more of nursing experience with a minimum 3 years recent occupational health experience in an industrial setting is preferred
  • Registered nurse with current CARNA registration
  • Occupational nurse certificate/diploma and registration with a Canadian association is preferred
  • Possesses technical knowledge of health and wellness programs, standards and processes – including disability case management, return to work programs, medical surveillance and wellness programs as well as emergency services and first aid (treatment room) medical principles, concepts, practices, standards, and regulations
  • Strategic with the ability to think from a broad perspective and understanding long term implications and impact
  • Analytical, problem solving skills and independent judgment to provide creative solutions to complex issues and flexibility to shift focus
  • Ability to influence and to implement both enterprise and business-requested changes without direct line authority utilizing professional written and verbal communication skills
  • Computer proficient and experience with SAP, Medgate GX2, and Microsoft Office Suite is beneficial
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides on-site emergency medical treatment and/or direction of care for injured employees. Answers calls 24/7 related to workplace injuries
  • Actively coordinates Workers’ Compensation Case Management including, but not limited to, activities associated with the Restricted Duty Policy and Procedures
  • Collaborates across functions to help reduce risks of injuries and illnesses
  • Administers Medical Surveillance Programs as prescribed in the soluble Halogenated Platinum Control Program, Cumulative Trauma Disorder Control Program, Hearing Conservation and Noise Control Program, and other relevant JM EHS programs
  • Performs Pulmonary Function Testing
  • Administers Medical Management Program including Pre-employment, Hearing and Respiratory Protection physicals
  • Partners with managers, business leaders and HR to understand, evaluate and clarify business needs, both current and future. Builds confidence and credibility with employees and managers
  • Aggressively manages and administers all medical leave programs including, but not limited to FMLA, Short-Term disability, Sickness & Accident, and ADA, balancing patient needs with business objectives, including reducing absenteeism
  • Coordinates emergency medical treatment programs including training in First Aid, CPR, AED and administers Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Program
  • Coordinate the implementation of activities related to the Nova Care Stretching and Strengthening Program
  • Coordinates input of required injury data, work hours and injury case data into Enablon system as needed
  • Develops, implements and administers hydrofluoric acid emergency response plan
  • Coordinates the training of or trains employees in medical, safety, leave of absence and wellness programs to ensure compliance with regulatory and corporate requirements. Relevant programs include, but are not limited to, CPR, First Aid, AED, BBP training for First Responders
  • Responsible for counseling employees regarding medical problems and refers them to appropriate physicians and/or agencies to address on non-work related ailments
  • Administers Hepatitis B vaccines to First Aid Responders and employees exposed to BBP
  • Maintains employee medical records and OSHA logs
  • Develops, implements and manages wellness programs
  • Manages EAP referrals using appropriate protocols
  • Purchases and maintains medical and safety equipment
  • Coordinates monthly SteriCycle pickup
  • Complies with all federal, state, and local environmental, health, and safety regulations and requirements
  • Tracks, reports, and measures key metrics; manages medical supply budget
  • Compiles and produces monthly reports
  • Collaborates and partner with other Johnson Matthey functions and sites to share and learn best practices
  • Researches and stays current with regulations related to areas of responsibility
  • Prioritizes when presented with a long list of ‘top priority’ situations
  • Complies with company policies
  • Other duties as assigned or required
  • PA State licensed RN
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of practical experience in occupational health, preferably in a manufacturing environment, or any equivalent relevant combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work
  • Pulmonary function testing certification
  • Knowledge of and experience applying regulatory agencies regulations (e.g. OSHA, NIOSH, HIPAA)
  • Knowledge of disability and worker's compensation laws and OSHA regulations
  • Knowledge of ADA, FMLA, and EAP
  • Driven to successful outcomes, adaptive in times of change, and innovative in face of roadblocks
  • Strong business acumen, client support orientation, influencing and negotiating skills; able to establish credibility and rapport with all levels of management
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to build rapport and relationships easily, even with hard-to-reach passive employees and with upper levels of leadership
  • High level of initiative, self-motivation, and sense of urgency with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • High level of integrity and ethical standards
  • Proficient in use of applicable software (Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Outlook). Must be able to quickly learn new proprietary software programs, including but not limited to Enablon
  • Union experience a plus
  • Must be comfortable spending time in non-climate controlled manufacturing environment, around chemicals, electricity, noise, moving equipment
  • Ability to learn and adapt to rapidly changing priorities and company initiatives
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Occupational Health Nurse Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensure compliance with all legal and regulatory occupational health requirements, including all medical surveillance programs
  • Implement appropriate aspects of the K-C employee health and wellness strategy by providing effective health promotion and wellness programs that are appropriate for local health issues and the health risk factor profile for the employee population
  • Provide a safe, effective and early return to work and/or facilitate restoration of injured or ill employee’s health to an optimal level of functioning through both work-related and non-work related case management
  • Provide oversight, case management, and prevention strategies for workers’ compensation cases and all work-related injuries and illnesses
  • Assist employees with navigating the health care system when necessary to adequately manage personal health and medical issues
  • Provide knowledge, expertise, and consultative support to the management team for all health-related issues impacting employees and the mill
  • Provide health coaching and information to facilitate lifestyle changes in order to enhance employee health and performance
  • Offer technical advice and consultation to mill/facility personnel regarding safety program compliance such as accident investigation reports, ergonomics, bloodborne pathogens, hearing conservation, respiratory protection, injury and illness prevention, confined space and other site-specific programs with an occupational and preventive health emphasis
  • Demonstrate personal accountability for role modeling good health practices
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Senior Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates and manages the Medical Emergency Response Team
  • Partners with other members of the Global Health team as well as Human Resources, EHS&S, and site management to encourage an integrated team approach to solving problems
  • On occasion support off site programs and second and third shift
  • Current Registered Nurse license for the State of Pennsylvania is required
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN), COHN-S and CAOHC certifications is preferred
  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing is required
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience as a professional nurse is required. A minimum of 3 years of Occupational Health Nursing experience is required
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills are required
  • Working knowledge of regulatory areas (e.g., ADA, OSHA, FMLA, Workers' Compensation) is required
  • Management/Certification of Hearing Conservation Program (CAOHC) is preferred
  • Phlebotomy skills are required
  • Strong Case Management experience is required
  • Current CPR/AED certification is required
  • Outstanding leadership skills required; ability to gain trust and influence at all levels; collaborative
  • Ability to work in a matrix, team oriented environment
  • Up to 10% travel may be required.2737170605
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensure the medical centre provides appropriate treatment to employees for work-related illnesses or injuries
  • Manage the business medical requirements for BP employees and provide assurance that the contractor workforce meets business medical requirements
  • Create, file and ensure confidentiality of medical records, medical information, documents and communications
  • Maintain current and effective occupational health protocols and procedures
  • Maintain the site random and for cause Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) testing programme
  • Plan and implement effective and enhanced medical services for turnaround events at the refinery
  • Recruit, train and supervise contract nurse staff
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Occupational Health Nurse Resume Examples & Samples

  • Clinical Care-
  • Position is accountable for the appropriate medical treatment of employees reporting to Employee Health seeking treatment
  • Accountable for accurate and timely comple