CONTRACT OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSE STAFFING
EI provides experienced and trained on-site occupational health nurses (OHN) to staff your clinic or facility and deliver healthcare, counseling, and health surveillance as well as health promotion and case management to your workforce. Our occupational health consulting services provide health related information on which to base business decisions regarding regulatory compliance, risk management, health care cost containment, and program management.
Our nurses provide case management services to reduce workers’ compensation costs, reduce lost or restricted time, and engender good employee/employer relationships. We can also assist with the development of site specific health surveillance programs for prevention and early detection of work-related health problems and disease.
Our Menu of On-Site Occupational Health Nursing Services Includes:
» Temperature and Pathogen Screening
» Respirator Fit Testing/Respirator Medical Clearance
» Proper PPE Use Training
» First-Aid/CPR/AED and Bloodborne Pathogen Training
» Injury and Illness Recordkeeping
» Emergency Medical Care and Employee Wellness Programs
» Health Assessments
» First-Aid and Acute Care
» Employee Consultation and Counseling
» Health Education and Promotion
» Safety Awareness and Injury Prevention
» Wellness Coaching
» Medical Surveillance Programs
» Immunization Programs
On-site Model – Flexible and Adaptable
The EI on-site nurse and physician staffing model is flexible and adaptable based on your budget and personnel requirements. Whether one day a week of a full-time staffing model, EI will tailor the on-site model to fit your short and long term staffing needs. EI provides these on-site staffing services on a local, regional and national level.
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Climate Action in Financial Institutions Initiative: Inspiration for the PCAF Global Accounting and Reporting
Welcome back to our Banks, Borrowers, and Climate Change series! In case you missed our introduction to the series, you can read it here. Our first blog in the series, “Banks, Borrowers and Climate Change: How Disclosure of GHG Emissions Will Impact the Lending Process for Publicly Traded Corporations” is also available. The bottom line: The SEC will require public companies, including banks, to disclose annual carbon emissions from their operations in their annual report.