Occupatioal Health Nurse - Part-Time

Render first-aid or emergency treatment to employees who become ill or sustain an injury on plant premises
Treat employee injuries that may require advanced medical procedures.
Provide medical care for non-work related ailments for employees within your personal scope of practice.
Request, acquire, and document pertinent evidence resulting from incidents that require outside medical care
Responsible for maintaining PPE as well as conducting regular testing such as audiograms.
Establish and maintain relationship with local occupation health clinic. Consult with employee's physician (s) regarding appropriate follow-up actions and treatment. Coordinate with the employee, supervisor, and physician for early return to work.
Develop light duty or modified duty roles as needed
Assist in accident investigations and other safety activities.
Maintain OSHA 300 logs.
Monitor and maintain PAPR.
Maintain audiogram testing schedule for all employees.
Support EHS department and operational programs as designated
Maintain all continuing education credit requirements for RN certification and recertification
Required Experience
Registered Nursing License required
Minimum of 5 years experience as an occupational health nurse
Must be certified in CPR/AED and current Florida Nursing License
Prefer previous work in an industrial setting with hazardous environments.

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