Occupational Medicine

Keeping the NASA Johnson Space Center workforce of 10,000-plus employees healthy, safe, and able to do their jobs is critical to a successful space mission. KBRwyle manages all Johnson Space Center Occupational Medical and Health programs and provides the highly skilled and trained staff to implement them.

KBRwyle’s occupational medicine and health services include:

  • Health screenings and occupational health exams driven by regulatory agencies (i.e. OSHA, EPA)
  • Non-emergency and emergency services
  • Worksite monitoring provided by industrial and environmental hygienists which includes air quality and potable water analysis, soil sampling, and asbestos exposure inspections
  • Ergonomic evaluations
  • Occupational medical services for NASA operations in Russia and at the White Sands landing strip
  • Oversight of the Johnson Space Center Occupational Health Program which includes establishing the related guidelines and policies
  • Surveillance of all human test and research activities at Johnson Space Center and the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory
  • CPR, Automated External Defibrillator, and first aid training and certifications
  • Training and certification for asbestos workers, workers in confined spaces and workers wearing respirators
  • Participation in Johnson Space Center Safety and Health committees