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Are You or Your Occupational Health Program CERTIFIED?

Certification will help set you above your competition!
We Offer TWO types of NAOHP Certification: Program and Individual

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NAOHP Certification Program

Site Program Certification Program Certification

Occupational health programs and clinics undergoing site certification are evaluated in comparison to NAOHP standards in 6 categories: administration and organization; operational framework; staffing resources; clinical services; quality management; and sales and marketing.

The intent of the NAOHP Site Program Certification:

  • Provides a compelling sales and marketing advantage
  • The certification process provides the individual AND program with concrete recommendations for enhancing profitability of their program.
  • Provides the opportunity to benchmark your program to national standards.
  • Identifies your program as recognized nationally as the "best of the best".
  • Acknowledges your program's compliance to NAOHP Standards

Individual Certification Individual Certification

Occupational health professionals receive a study guide and exam to earn a Certificate of Competency in Occupational Health Practice Management

  • Identifies you as having proficient skills in the specialty of Occupational Health Program Management
  • Demonstrates your dedication, motivation, and technical knowledge on a specific medical specialty to peers and colleagues
  • Places your knowledge level above those managers not certified.
  • Benefits you (the individual) when promoting your program
  • Places you in a select group of professionals certified in OHPM.

Over 800 individuals have successfully passed the examination and received the Certificate of Competency in Occupational Health

Sample Exam Questions


1. What 1983 regulatory activity served as a strong catalyst for the “provider-based” occupational health

a) The U.S. Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) drug testing mandate.
b) The Balanced Budget Act.
c) The Mann Act.
d) The Prospective Payment Act.

2. To date, attempts to electronically link providers, employers and payers have run into stumbling blocks because of:

a) Financial support issues.
b) Variations in state workers’ compensation systems.
c) Differences in information management systems and data collection methods.
d) The proprietary nature of the information.
e) All of the above. 

3. Which of the following is not needed to establish job descriptions?

a) Defining competencies.
b) Developing task lists.
c) Developing job interview criteria.
d) Identifying reporting structures.

4. The D.O.T. requires annual testing of what percent of D.O.T. covered employees for breath alcohol testing?

a) 10%
b) 15%
c) 25%
d) 50%