OHNIG acts as the voice and forum for the specialized nursing practice of occupational health and environmental safety. OHNIG offers professional resources, practice guidelines, education opportunities, research and networking with colleagues. ...click here for more information from RNAO
The occupational health nurse can work in any place of business i.e. bringing the first level of health care contact to people where they work, i.e., manufacturing, environment, insurance, banks, pharmaceutical, hospital, academic, construction, transportation, communication, etc.