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Injury Prevention & Occupational Health

Injury prevention directly supports mission readiness. When service members are injured in the workplace, training, recreating or other circumstances, it impacts their ability to complete their mission.

 

Injury Prevention

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Occupational Health for Health Care Workers

Medical workers face unique occupational health risks, and experience one of the highest rates of workplace injury. Ensuring the health and safety of our staff in hospitals and clinics is top priority for the DHA. 

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Nov 17, 2022

Injury Prevention - Mental and Physical Recovery

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“Recovering from a serious injury can take a physical and mental toll. Injuries can damage your body and your mind, and depression and anxiety are often associated with recovery from serious injury. Learn more about the mental aspects of recovery: https://www.hprc-online.org/physical-fitness/injury-prevention/mental-fitness-affects-injury-recovery ...

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Nov 17, 2022

Injury Prevention - Listen Up, Watch Out II

Social media graphic supporting Injury Prevention Month

“DYK? More than 40% of eye injuries each year are related to sports or recreational activities, and nearly 50% of hearing loss in people age 12-35 is caused by recreational noise like music. When you’re off-duty, be sure to wear the right protective gear for different types of activities to prevent vision and hearing injury. https://vce.health.mil/Eye ...

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Sep 24, 2021

Occupational Safety

Occupational Therapy infographic

Occupational Safety. It is everyone's responsibility to be aware and take care of yourself when it comes to workplace environments. Whether you work from home, in a hospital or clinic, or are out in the field, take precautions and preventive measures to ensure your welfare to be able to continue to serve our beneficiaries.

Last Updated: August 02, 2023
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