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NPR 1800.1D
Effective Date: May 13, 2016
Expiration Date: May 13, 2021

(NASA Only)

Subject: NASA Occupational Health Program Procedure

Responsible Office: Office of the Chief Health & Medical Officer

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Table of Contents


P.1 Purpose
P.2 Applicability
P.3 Authority
P.4 Applicable Documents and Forms
P.5 Measurement/Verification
P.6 Cancellation

Chapter 1. Introduction

1.1 Designated Agency Safety and Health Official
1.2 Medical Waiver Authority
1.3 General Center Responsibilities
1.4 Required Annual Reports
1.5 Drug-Free Workplace
1.6 Credentialing, Education, and Training of Occupational Health Professionals
1.7 Web Site Initiatives and Capabilities
1.8 Support of Federal and Interagency Initiatives
1.9 Occupational Health Program Periodic Review Overview
1.10 Recordkeeping, General

Chapter 2. Occupational Medicine

2.1 Occupational Medicine, General
2.2 Medical Quality Assurance
2.3 Disease and Injury Prevention
2.4 Diagnosis and Treatment of Occupational Illness or Injury
2.5 Immunizations
2.6 Medical Support to Emergency Preparedness Planning
2.7 Pandemic Planning
2.8 Physical Examinations
2.9 Emergency Medical Services
2.10 Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Program
2.11 Bloodborne Pathogens
2.12 Infection Control
2.13 Medical Record Management
2.14 Shift Work and Balancing Work-Rest Cycles
2.15 International Travel or Assignment

Chapter 3. Primary Prevention and Health Promotion

3.1 Primary Prevention and Health Promotion
3.2 Primary Prevention
3.3 Fitness Centers

Chapter 4. Environmental Health

4.1 General
4.2 Occupational Exposure Limits (OEL's)
4.3 Occupational Exposure Assessment and Management
4.4 Sampling, Analytical Methods, and Equipment Calibration
4.5 Reproductive and Developmental Health
4.6 Nanotoxicology
4.7 Control of Hazardous Substances and Articles Acquisitions
4.8 Hearing Conservation
4.9 Ergonomics
4.10 Indoor Air Quality
4.11 Biosafety
4.12 Food Safety
4.13 Radiation, General
4.14 Radioactive Materials
4.15 Ionizing Radiation-Generating Equipment
4.16 Laser and Non-laser Optical Radiation
4.17 Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation

Chapter 5. Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

5.1 General
5.2 EAP Confidentiality
5.3 EAP Record Access
5.4 Release of Case Information and Secondary Disclosure
5.5 EAP Roles
5.6 Responsibilities
5.7 Program Elements

Chapter 6. Federal Workers' Compensation Program

6.1 General
6.2 Presidential Orders and Department of Labor Initiatives
6.3 Chargeback
6.4 Roles
6.5 Responsibilities
6.6 Employee Eligibility to File a Claim
6.7 Employee Requirement to File Claim
6.8 Determining Compensability of a Claim
6.9 Records and Confidentiality
6.10 Recordkeeping, Retention, and Requests for Copies
6.11 Federal Workers' Compensation • General Process
6.12 Traumatic Injury Claims: Form CA-16, Continuation of Pay, and Controversion
6.13 Occupational Disease/Exposure/Illness
6.14 Employee Appeals for Denial of Claim

Chapter 7. Occupational Health Program Review Process

7.1 Policy
7.2 Agency and Center Occupational Health Reviews
7.3 Agency Occupational Health Periodic Reviews
7.4 Responsibilities
7.5 Agency Occupational Health Review Process Description
7.6 Center Self-Reviews

Appendix A. Definitions
Appendix B. Acronyms
Appendix C. Physical Examination Matrix
Appendix D. Partial Listing of Hazardous and Potentially Hazardous Substances and Articles
Appendix E. References
Appendix F. NASA Laser Safety Review Board
Appendix G. Satellite Protection Guidance for the Laser Clearinghouse
Appendix H. Federal Workers' Compensation: Form CA-16 Fact Sheet


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