Staff members of the Tri-Service Vision Readiness Program are available to provide numerous lectures on a variety of vision conservation and readiness topics either at your location, our location or online. Current topics available include:
Overview of Vision Conservation & Readiness; Vision Conservation & Readiness Publications & Regulations; Incidence of Eye Injuries; Ocular Hazard Analysis Mechanical, Chemical, Biological & Radiant Enery Eye Hazards; Vision Screening & Surveillance; Recent Studies & Updates in vision Conservation & Readiness; Laser Eye Protection; Establishing & Enhancing a Vision Conservation & Readiness Program; Military Vision Readiness; Military Combat Eye Protection; Occupational Vision Topics; and Computer Vision Syndrome
Other related topics also may be available. Please contact us at email@example.com to discuss your interests.
In addition, the staff members are also available for providing complete courses on Vision Conservation and Readiness either at your site or ours. These include:
TRI-SERVICE VISION CONSERVATION AND READINESS COURSE - TSVCRC
Our most comprehensive training program is the Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Course (TSVCRC). Taught as a combination of an online portion and a live portion, this course covers all elements of a Vision Conservation and Readiness Program (VCRP). Instruction concentrates on regulatory requirements and recommended practices to establish or enhance an installation vision conservation and readiness program. The “team” aspect of coordinating safety, occupational health, industrial hygiene, and optometry personnel is emphasized. Personnel completing this course may be able to receive Continuing Education credit.
Current scheduled courses available:
Fort Knox, KY - RESCHEDULED TO 9-11 JUNE!!!
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD - 19-21 May
For more information regarding upcoming courses, to be placed on a Waiting List or simply express an interest, click here.
NOTE: IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER TO THE SITE BEFORE YOU CAN REGISTER FOR THE COURSE.
TRI-SERVICE VISION CONSERVATION AND READINESS - SITE OR OCCUPATION SPECIFIC COURSE – TSVCR-SOS
This custom tailored course is designed to include a site visit to evaluate specific vision conservation requirements and a 4-hour course specifically tailored to meet the requesting organization’s requirements. The specific course topics can include any of the topics listed above. Additional topics can be included based on your specific training requirements or needs. This course is done at the requesting unit’s duty station and is scheduled to be accomplished within a single duty day. The course may be requested throughout the year.
For more information, click here. To discuss the Program coming to your site, click on the “Add Name to Course Interest List” link and fill out the form. Someone will then contact you directly to determine your specific needs. AGAIN NOTE: IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE DO, YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER TO THE SITE BEFORE YOU CAN COMPLETE THE FORM.
To improve understanding and compliance with Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Program initiatives, the TSVCRP currently offers an online education and training module with topics that include basic optics, anatomy and physiology of the human eye, occupational vision, vision screening information, ocular urgencies and emergencies, radiant energy, lasers, and illumination. When completed as a stand-alone effort, the sole purpose of this training module is for personal education. The TSVCRP will provide no professional education credit whatsoever for individuals who complete this module independently of the full two-part Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Course. For more information, go to Online Training
INTRODUCTION TO VISION CONSERVATION - BLACKBOARD
This online course was designed to support the Industrial Hygiene Basic Science and Math competency by discussing introductory level vision conservation topics.
OTHER TRAINING AVAILABLE FROM USAPHC: For information regarding other training provided by USAPHC, click here.
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