• behavior
  • Metal restraints are only permitted to be used on patients who are in legal custody or whose behavior in the health care setting is of a criminal nature (e. g. assaulting or making verbal threats of assault toward health care worker). (wikipedia.org)
  • care
  • Graduates of Morton's Health Occupations programs provide skilled care that helps enhance the quality of life for one's self and others, while providing a strong foundation for career advancement. (morton.edu)
  • PSB's Health Occupations Aptitude Examination can predict an individual's readiness and capability for successful completion of the educational program designed to prepare qualified health care personnel. (cod.edu)
  • One career that will never take a backseat despite economic woes is in the field of Health Care. (q1077.com)
  • It is most frequently used in health care for patients who find it impossible or difficult to get out of bed during sleep. (wikipedia.org)
  • The patients who seem to know this the most are those who have previously worked in acute health care settings. (wikipedia.org)
  • expose
  • Use of toxic materials such as arsine, phosphine and others potentially expose workers to health hazards which include cancer, miscarriages and birth defects. (wikipedia.org)
  • industry
  • Semiconductor industry has been ranked the top 5% for workplace health and safety among U.S. companies since 1972. (wikipedia.org)