What to Know about CENTCOM MOD 15 Screening Standards

When deploying people to an extreme environment that may not have the ability to diagnose or treat COVID-19, the US government carefully considers who it deploys. The U.S. Department of Defense Central Command (CENTCOM), which covers a “central area” from…

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How COVID-19 is Changing Occupational Health Care

The number one priority for occupational health is the safety of workers on a project site. As the spread of COVID-19 continues, occupational health has adapted by incorporating more precautions and equipment to maintain the safety and health of workers…

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How to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 On a Project Site

Keeping your workers safe on-site has always been a challenge, and with the spread of COVID-19, workers now face a new threat. New information is circulating quickly, and progress continues in treating the virus, but there are still uncertainties and…

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What to Know About CENTCOM MOD 14 Screening Standards

When deploying to an extreme environment that could have limited food supplies, disrupted sleep, or emotional stress, it’s important the candidate is physically and psychologically fit. The U.S. Department of Defense Central Command (CENTCOM) follows standards for candidates deploying to…

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How to Manage the Flu on your Work-Site

When a worker on a project in Afghanistan was diagnosed with the flu, Remote Medical International Program Manager Steve Bright had the team act quickly.  Protecting the entire workforce, Remote Medical International isolated the patient and treated the patient’s symptoms. …

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MOD 13 Screenings

Everything You Need to Know About MOD 13 Screening Standards

The U.S. Government updated their Central Command (CENTCOM) screening standards from MOD 12 to MOD 13 in 2017. While many of the standards from MOD 12 remain the same, there are a variety of additional guidelines, clarifications, and new requirements…

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