Author: Shellie Teague

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What to expect at your FAA Physical

Are you fit to fly? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) sets forth minimum safety standards for physical and mental conditions of pilots. These FAA Physicals cannot be conducted by just any physician – they must be certified by the FAA as an Aviation Medical Examiner.

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Are You Making Eye Safety a Priority?

Eyes are the second most complex part of your body—only surpassed in complexity by the brain. It’s important to have policies that enforce eye safety – 80% of what we perceive comes through our sense of sight! Here are some ways to promote eye safety in your workplace.

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What is an OGUK Physical?

If you work on an offshore oil drilling rig or drilling platform, you must undergo an OGUK Physical by an OGUK registered physician. Here’s why you should choose OHC for your exam.

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Employee Drug Testing – It’s Worth the Cost

Implementing an effective employee drug testing program has many organizational benefits for your business. It promotes employee safety and a more productive workplace, not to mention that it is simply good business sense. While there are expenses to testing your employees, the advantages of drug testing make it worth the cost.

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