Occupational Health Professionals
Selecting Occupational Health Professionals
The fact that there are a number of different capabilities present among health and safety professionals may pose some difficulties for management in defining and selecting the specific professionals required. The following references provide information about selecting occupational health professionals.
- The Occupational Health Professional's Services and Qualifications: Questions and Answers. OSHA Publication 3160, (Revised 1999). Also available as a 152 KB PDF, 37 pages. Provides guidance and serves as a resource for those considering the selection of a qualified health care professional to participate in workplace safety and health activities.
- Small Business Handbook (PDF). OSHA Publication 2209-02R, (2005).
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