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NPR 1800.1E
Effective Date: March 16, 2023
Expiration Date: March 16, 2028

Subject: NASA Occupational Health Program Procedures

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. General

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Designated Agency Safety and Health Official
1.3 Health and Medical Technical Authority
1.4 General Center Responsibilities
1.5 OSHA Annual Report
1.6 Drug Free Workplace
1.7 Credentialing, Education, and Training of Occupational Health Professionals
1.8 Website Initiatives and Capabilities
1.9 Support of Federal and Interagency Initiatives
1.10 Recordkeeping

Chapter 2. Occupational Medicine

2.1 General
2.2 Medical Quality Assurance
2.3 Disease and Primary Injury Prevention
2.4 Diagnosis and Treatment of Occupational Illness or Injury
2.5 Immunizations
2.6 Medical Support to Emergency Management Planning
2.7 Continuity of Operations Planning
2.8 Physical Examinations
2.9 Emergency Medical Services
2.10 Automated External Defibrillator 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 Occupational Medicine and Support for Official OCONUS Travel

Chapter 3. Primary Prevention and Health Promotion

3.1 General
3.2 Physical Fitness

Chapter 4. Environmental Health

4.1 General
4.2 Occupational Exposure Limits
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 Materials 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 Electric, Magnetic, and Electromagnetic Radiation

Chapter 5. Employee Assistance Program

5.1 General
5.2 Responsibilities
5.3 EAP Clinician Certification, Licensure, and Training
5.4 EAP Confidentiality
5.5 EAP Record Access and Disclosure
5.6 EAP Program Elements
5.7 Critical Incident Stress Management
5.8 Workplace Violence Awareness and Prevention
5.9 Domestic Violence Awareness
5.10 Quality Assurance
5.11 Records Confidentiality, Maintenance, and Retention
5.12 EAP Reports

Chapter 6. Federal Workers' Compensation Program

6.1 General
6.2 Employees and Right to File a Claim
6.3 Presidential Orders and Department of Labor Initiatives
6.4 Responsibilities
6.5 Records and Confidentiality
6.6 Recordkeeping, Retention, and Requests for Copies
6.7 Claim Processes and Procedures

Chapter 7. Occupational Health Review Process

7.1 General
7.2 Responsibilities
7.3 Requirements Related to Triennial Occupational Health Reviews and Annual Occupational Health Reviews
7.4 Triennial Occupational Health Reviews
7.5 Center Annual Occupational Health Reviews
7.6 Center Ad Hoc Visits

Appendix A. Definitions
Appendix B. Acronyms
Appendix C. Physical Examination Matrix
Appendix D. References


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