Airport Screenings During COVID-19 – What to Expect

Air travel in the United States is extremely limited due to COVID-19. However, some people may still have to fly while the country deals with upticks in confirmed cases. If you have to travel by air during the COVID-19 pandemic,…

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How to Budget for COVID-19 Screening and Testing

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in many US states, companies are seeing the importance of keeping their employees healthy. Losing time to illness is never good, but it can be especially damaging if a large portion…

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COVID-19 Medical Care in Marine Environments

Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks on vessels can be particularly difficult to manage due to: Lack of areas to isolate infected personnel Lack of access to medical equipment and personnel for diagnosis It can be hard to manage even minor COVID-19 cases…

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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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