Health Program Management
ORAU brings more than 30 years of managing worker health programs to help meet your organization’s needs
Is your industry regulated for occupational exposures to radiation, beryllium, heavy metals, certain chemicals, nanomaterials or other potential hazards to your workforce?
Federal regulations require health programs and screenings for your workforce based on occupational exposures. Are you in compliance?
If so, compliance with federal regulations can be time-consuming and requires knowledge of the applicable laws and standards. Employers must control for exposures, provide ongoing worker health screenings and surveillance, interpret the findings and continually report exposure data and health outcomes.
ORAU has more than 30 years of experience managing comprehensive health programs for a wide range of exposures, helping our clients ensure they stay compliant with industry regulations. We can design and manage a customized, scalable health program for your employees—whether for current or former workers, large or small cohorts, single or multiple exposures, local or nationwide clinical networks—to ensure you are meeting regulatory requirements.
Together with our partners, we have the expertise to provide targeted exposure screenings, total wellness evaluations, illness and injury surveillance, and even historical exposure assessments such as radiation dose reconstruction.
What we offer
- Management of large, complex health programs
- Health screenings and surveillance
- Health data analysis and reporting
- Electronic medical recordkeeping
- Historical exposure assessments
- Risk management
- Regulatory support
Industries we serve
- Nuclear power
- Other high-hazard industries
Donna Cragle, Ph.D.
Senior Scientific Advisor
Expertise: Occupational epidemiology, design and implementation of large-scale worker health studies and programs, manages a program of more than 200 experts and professionals
- Adjunct faculty, University of Tennessee
- Lead epidemiologist/founder of beryllium lymphocyte proliferation testing at ORAU
- Management advisor, ORAU Team providing dose reconstructions to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health for the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act
- Director, National Supplemental Screening Program providing media screening to former U.S. Department of Energy workers nationwide
- Lead epidemiologist, medical screening program for residents affected by TVA Kingston Fossil Plant coal fly ash spill