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Return to Work amid a Pandemic

By / April 22, 2020 / , / 0 Comments

The safety and health of employees continues to be one of the most important considerations during this unprecedented time. Many of the options for occupational health and medicine in the Hudson Valley have been reduced, or are no longer available, making it difficult to manage compliance and the safety of employees. Emergency One Urgent Care […]

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Emergency One Provides OSHA Compliance Physicals and Medical Surveillance

By / September 15, 2017 / / 0 Comments

Emergency One helps the New York State Department of Transportation comply with the new OSHA rule for Respirable Crystalline Silica Dust by providing medical exams to give potentially highly exposed workers information on their lung health. Between now and June 22, 2017 the Hyde Park and New Windsor locations will be testing employees from the […]

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Onsite Season is Here!

By / February 24, 2017 / , / 0 Comments

    Many times, it is necessary to take our services on the road. Over the past month and moving into the month of March, we visit many different types of businesses and industries. Here’s a sample of who we’ve visited during our “Onsite Season”:     Montgomery Fire Department Glasco Fire Department Ulster Hose […]

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Workplace Safety in the New Year

By / February 1, 2016 / / 0 Comments

Occupational Health and Safety never takes a break in your workplace. Even so, it’s always good to check yourself in key areas in your commitment to having a great 2016. Here are a couple of “Safety Resolutions” to help you kick start the New Year. 1. Review your manual handling program. Poor lifting techniques are […]

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FIT Testing Basics

By / January 6, 2016 / / 0 Comments

Qualitative and Quantitative Fit Testing The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) require employers to fit test workers who must wear a tight-fitting respirator on the job. A “Fit Test” tests the seal between the facepiece of the respirator and the face. According to OSHA, the test must be performed at least annually and only […]

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