Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
U.S. Army Public Health Command
|Continuing Education and Training
Working as a professional in healthcare, you know you cannot afford to become complacent.
New medical technologies, systems, and processes are constantly introduced into the physical environment, and they often bring with them a whole new set of hazards.
As a result, you know you must work hard to:
- Stay proficient in detecting new safety and health risks within the physical environment
- Keep current with changes in laws and regulations and in technologically advanced safeguards for protecting people from harm and equipment and property from loss.
The following organizations provide professionals, such as yourself, many opportunities to improve your knowledge and skills through collaboration with other professionals working in healthcare and attendance at annual conferences, seminars, and workshops:
An investment in knowledge
pays the best interest.
American Society for Healthcare Engineering
ASIS International (ASIS)
Association for the Healthcare Environment
American Society of Safety Engineers
Joint Commission Resources
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
National Safety Council
- Physical Environment Essentials for MTF Personnel:
The course is geared to military and civilians who are responsible for one or more of the Physical Environment Programs. This includes: Safety Managers/ Security Officers/ Facility Managers/ Safety Committee Members/ Emergency Management Coordinators/ Environmental Science/ Engineering Officers/ Industrial Hygienists/ Hazardous Waste Coordinators and Medical Equipment Repairers.
Dates will be posted when a new course is scheduled. Apply here
- Army Civilian Training, Education and Development System (ACTEDS):
The ACTEDS is a competency-based system that identifies education and training requirements for Army Safety and Health Specialists.
Safety and health professionals can access the CP-12 ACTEDS Training Program core competencies at: CP-12 Core Competencies