Information on issues of industrial hygiene and occupational medicine including hearing conservation and vision conservation.
The mission of ergonomics is to reduce and prevent work-related musculoskeletal injuries.
HHA involves identifying, assessing, and making recommendations to eliminate or control health hazards associated with weapons platforms, munitions, equipment, clothing, training devices, and other materiel systems.
Information on the potential hazards associated with the operation of or exposure to sources of ionizing radiation such as x-rays, radiological pharmaceuticals, depleted uranium, and radioactive commodities.
Information on hearing, hearing loss prevention, hearing protective devices, DOEHRS-HC, hearing checks, and reducing noise hazards.
Industrial Hygiene focuses on prevention of workplace exposure related injury, disease, and death. IH supports the Army through the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of exposure to chemical, physical, and biological stressors.
Information on potential hazards associated with the operation of high intensity optical sources such as laser target designators, infrared countermeasures, industrial optical sources, nonlethal weapons and other high technology optical sources.
Information on the identification, assessment and countering of occupational injury and illness.
Information related to the potential hazards associated with exposure to radio frequency radiation and ultrasound.
Surety medicine focuses on protecting the health of the personnel who deal with nuclear, biological or chemical materials, and on medical requirements compliance to help ensure the security of the materials.
This is the primary source page for the Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Program with links to training, resources, data and support.