2009 VPP Flag Presentation

2009 VPP Flag Presentation
Occupational Health And Safety
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Hershell Wolfe, principal assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Environment, Safety and Occupational Health), praises the U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslatuern’s Safety Office and leadership for earning the Star Status or highest level by the Department of Defense Voluntary Protection Programs Center of Excellence in his speech at the DOD VPP Flag Presentation July 10 at the Armstrong Community Club on Vogelweh Housing. Wolfe stressed that USAGK the first Department of Defense and Army site overseas to achieve Star-site validation of the installation safety and health management system comparable to the U.S. Department of Labor?s Occupational Safety and Health Administration criteria. Photo by Christine June, USAG Kaiserslautern.

2009 VPP Flag Presentation

2009 VPP Flag Presentation
Occupational Health And Safety
Image by heraldpost
The U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern’s Safety Manager Melissa Hastings introduces the guest speaker, Hershell Wolfe, principal assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Environment, Safety and Occupational Health), talks about how U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslatuern earned the Star Status or highest level by the Department of Defense Voluntary Protection Programs Center of Excellence in his speech at the DOD VPP Flag Presentation July 10 at the Armstrong Community Club on Vogelweh Housing. Wolfe stressed that USAGK the first Department of Defense and Army site overseas to achieve Star-site validation of the installation safety and health management system comparable to the U.S. Department of Labor?s Occupational Safety and Health Administration criteria. Photo by Christine June, USAG Kaiserslautern.

Consider pre-diabetes a reminder to get healthy: the condition is a serious red flag, but you can still reverse it by eating a healthy diet, exercising … An article from: Focus on Healthy Aging

Consider pre-diabetes a reminder to get healthy: the condition is a serious red flag, but you can still reverse it by eating a healthy diet, exercising … An article from: Focus on Healthy Aging

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Title: Consider pre-diabetes a reminder to get healthy: the condition is a serious red flag, but you can still reverse it by eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and losing weight.(DIABETES)
Author: Gale Reference Team
Publication: Focus on Healthy Aging (Magazine/Journal)
Date: August 1, 2007
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Volume: 10 Issue: 8 Page: 5(1)

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2009 VPP Flag Presentation

2009 VPP Flag Presentation
occupational health and safety
Image by heraldpost
Hershell Wolfe, principal assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Environment, Safety and Occupational Health), talks about how U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslatuern earned the Star Status or highest level by the Department of Defense Voluntary Protection Programs Center of Excellence in his speech at the DOD VPP Flag Presentation July 10 at the Armstrong Community Club on Vogelweh Housing. Wolfe stressed that USAGK the first Department of Defense and Army site overseas to achieve Star-site validation of the installation safety and health management system comparable to the U.S. Department of Labor?s Occupational Safety and Health Administration criteria. Photo by Christine June, USAG Kaiserslautern.