Black Lung Disease: Why Safety Matters in the Mines

A coal worker approaches you with loss of breath, tiredness, or weight loss. While these symptoms cover a wide spectrum of possible health problems, you think it’s worth sending them to primary care for specialty evaluation. After an x-ray shows…

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How HSE Managers Can Help Combat the Opioid Crisis

The opioid epidemic is ravaging through every corner of the U.S. and shows little signs of slowing down. As the construction industry continues to grow with an aging workforce, how can safety professionals, medical providers, and construction managers prepare themselves…

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4 Ways to Reduce Daily Stress Levels

As you sit down at your desk to write your proposal, or attend a morning debrief on a construction site, you find your to-do list growing, along with an overwhelming feeling of stress. What do you do to clear your…

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How Occupational Health Care can Help Prevent SIFs

In the fall of 2018, a 53 year-old industrial worker in West Virginia approached Remote Medical International Paramedic and HSE Adviser Nathan Ziegman with symptoms including two days of indigestion, burning in the center of his chest, and an uncomfortable…

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ISOA Elects Remote Medical International Staff Member to Board

Genevieve Wozow of Seattle’s Remote Medical International elected to key board post SEATTLE, Nov. 13, 2018 — Genevieve Wozow, Director of Business Development, Government, for Seattle’s Remote Medical International, has been elected to the board of directors of the International Stability…

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