Central States Occupational & Environmental Medicine Association’s Annual Spring Seminar. The purpose of this seminar is to provide current information on occupational medicine and networking opportunities needed to keep current in occupational medicine. The intended audience is occupational medicine physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and occupational health nurses. Learn more, and register to attend, at the CSOEMA website.Find out more »
This workshop provides required training for those who already have CAOHC certification. The update includes review of hearing measurement techniques, employee education strategies, selection and fit of hearing protection, as well as current state and federal regulations relating to noise exposure and hearing conservation.Find out more »
This two and one‐half day workshop is designed to familiarize participants with all facets of occupational hearing conservation and prepare them as audiometric technicians. At the end of the course, students will take the exam for certification as an Occupational Hearing Conservationist by the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC).Find out more »
This symposium is intended for nurses, nurse practitioners, safety professionals, human resources professionals, administrators, wellness administrators, and other individuals interested in improving the health and safety of workers. The theme of the 2018 conference will be Healthy Work Designs and Well-Being. While our planning committee is currently working to finalize the conference program, we can confirm that the following topics will be covered: vibration injury, multi-generational risks/aging workforce, mobile ergonomics, workers' compensation legal update, OSHA update.
Nursing CEUs, General CEUs, and HR CEUs will be applied for once the program has been finalized.
Based on participant feedback, this year's conference will be a 1.5-day event ending at noon on Friday, March 30.Find out more »