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Scholarships to study occupational safety and health.

Mark has worked in the shipping industry and remote area medicine, is a member of the UK Government International Emergency Trauma Register, IOSH accredited, overseas registered, PHTLS, ALS and FAST Ultrasound.

For example; CCP, ECP / PP, Military Paramedic, HEMS & Coastguard Paramedics, HART Paramedics and Offshore Paramedics roles are well recognized and established specialist disciplines, often with their own separate university courses to “top up” the existing Paramedic BSc.

The first question facing the Industrial Paramedic, and indeed, within this discussion paper, is; What is medical and specific about the skill set you may have claimed to identify?

Medically, the industrial paramedic must be able to extract the patient, but clearly an advanced level of trauma skills must be necessary, rapid diagnosis and treatment must be practiced (industrial paramedics meet PHTLS “platinum 10” standards), even though much of the work performed is actually minor injuries and disease


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Aquí hay un artículo sobre nuestro tutor, el Dr. Jonathan Backhouse, y su extraordinario viaje hacia su exitosa carrera como profesional de la seguridad y la salud. Es muy inspirador. Gracias por compartirlo con nosotros.

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Master’s degree in occupational safety and health

On the other hand, in contrast to this short-sighted view, far removed from social values, which focuses merely on responsibilities and costs, it is possible to present the proper management of occupational risk prevention for displaced workers as a real business strategy, since it allows not only to avoid possible occupational diseases and accidents that would reduce the productivity of the displaced workforce, but, at the same time, to have a differentiating element with respect to the competition between companies and a retainer of talent.

So far we have dealt with the problem of the preventive regulations applicable to posted workers, but we should not close this chapter without dealing with a purely technical issue, i.e., the situation generated by the fact of posting itself. Occupational risk prevention must be adapted to the reality of each worker and, in the case of secondments, we must understand the singularity of this labor reality (point 3.1.) so that, once confronted with the various situations that can generate corporate liability (point 3.2.), it allows us to specify and articulate the preventive obligations with respect to seconded workers (point 3.3).