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Webinar: Motor Vehicle Safety at Work
Are you facing increasing questions about impaired driving as a result of marijuana laws? The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Center for Motor Vehicle Safety invites health and safety professionals to learn more about this topic. Join us for Marijuana and Driving: How to Keep Your Fleet Safe from 1:00-2:30 p.m. ET on September 16, 2020.
Carroll County Public Safety Awards – Canceled
Unfortunately, the Carroll County Public Safety Awards Ceremony was canceled due to the global pandemic. Please take a moment to recognize the work of our public safety professionals and watch our appreciation video.
Frederick Health Employer Solutions and Carroll Occupational Health are pleased to announce that we now offer COVID-19 Nasal Swab testing to businesses for their ASYMPTOMATIC employees ONLY. Testing is completed BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
Reasons for testing:
- Return to work
- State Mandated for Extended Care Facilities
Testing is performed from 9 am to 11 am Monday through Friday.
- Use of nasal sprays may result in an invalid result.
- Employers who have symptomatic employees should send them to the designated state testing site in their area.
Each year we partner with and support several great local organizations and projects including:
Carroll Hospital Center – Carroll Golf Classic
Proceeds from the Carroll Golf Classic benefit Carroll Hospital Center’s many innovative services, such as our state-of-the-art emergency department, nationally accredited cancer care, advanced cardiac resources, award-winning orthopedic services, and much more.
The Arc of Carroll County
COH is a proud sponsor of the ARC’s Annual Dinner and Community Awards. This event celebrates the outstanding achievement of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and those who support them. Visit their website at www.arccarroll.com to learn more about The Arc.
Carroll County Volunteer Emergency Services Association CCVESA Annual Scholarship Fund
CCVESA serves, promotes, advocates, and represents the interests of volunteer fire, rescue, and emergency medical services of Carroll County. COH recognizes the importance of this program’s efforts to recruit and retain volunteer firefighters. Visit their website at www.ccvesa.org to learn more.