The Occupational Medicine Program serves as the Army's authority for occupational health program management and clinical services in concert with the occupational medicine staff officer serving in the functional proponent for preventive medicine office (OTSG).
Products: Preparation of technical reports, factsheets, and pertinent technical bulletins and guides.
Training: Provide technical instruction and mentoring for the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences medical residents. Provide subject matter expertise for the Fundamental of Occupational Medicine Course. Develop, organize and conduct the Occupational Health VTC and the Occupational Health Track at the Armed Forces Public Health Conference. Collaborate with the Army Hearing Program and the Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Program to provide occupational health expertise in the training programs
Consultation: Conduct telephonic, email and onsite occupational health and medicine consultation for program management issues, medical surveillance queries, and exposure evaluations.
Policy: Collaborate with OTSG to develop and revise guidance for medical surveillance and program evaluation policies.