Protecting the health and safety of employees at the Texas A&M Health Science Center is crucial to the continued success of our mission to advance knowledge and technologies and bring the finest in health education, promotion and care to Texans. The Occupational Health Program (OHP) is managed by Environmental Health & Safety and administered through:
The Texas A&M Health Science Center’s Occupational Health Program is intended to identify those employees to be included in the OHP and through proper risk assessment, medical surveillance, treatment, and training provide the necessary preventative measures to ensure a safe and healthy work environment at no cost to the employee.
Texas A&M Health Science Center Occupational Health Program enrollment is required for all individuals who work directly or indirectly with patients, human tissues or wastes; pathogens; animals, animal tissues or wastes; and those who are identified in the HSC Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan.
Complete the appropriate form(s) and submit to the OHP. Once OHP receives the forms additional forms may be required and sent to you for completion.
Note: Because Laboratory Research Personnel Forms collect protected health information, we have taken extra steps to safeguard your information. You must be on the HSC network and you will need to login with your HSC username and password to access them.
Please select your personnel category in order to access the forms relevant to your area of responsibility: