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Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System – Industrial Hygiene

The Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System – Industrial Hygiene (DOEHRS-IH) allows the Department of Defense (DoD) to manage occupational and environmental health risk data and actively track biological, chemical, physical health hazards and engineered nano-object process to service members worldwide.


Product Features

  • Capture comprehensive, operational and work task potential exposures based medical surveillance recommendations
  • Track DoD lifetime personnel exposure data
  • Capture workplace practices, use and recommendations of protection equipment, and occupational and environmental surveillance data in support of military operations worldwide (garrison, depot, shore-based, pre and post deployment)
  • Capture environmental surveillance data for deployed and garrison locations
  • Capture public health information related to food safety, general sanitation, entomology and waste management
  • Capture and maintain environmental exposure registries
  • Capture and track industrial ventilation system performance
  • Capture individual training/certifications, quantitative or qualitative respirator fit test results

Benefits to the Defense Health Agency

  • Provide an enterprise approach to identifying and documenting global and local occupational and environmental health hazards
  • Capture information to monitor compliance with occupational health and safety federal law and directives
  • Provide a foundation for the individual longitudinal exposure record
  • Maintain the Operation Tomodachi registry
  • Track respiratory protection compliance by organization or workplace
  • Provide individual exposure information to occupational health professionals
  • Provide information for Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch epidemiological

Downloadable Fact Sheet (PDF)

DHA Address: 7700 Arlington Boulevard | Suite 5101 | Falls Church, VA | 22042-5101

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