A Safer Workplace!

M. Medozile, DrPH, MPA


Doctorate degree (DrPH) in Public Health from SUNY Downsate Health Sciences University, New York.

Master in Public Administration (MPA, Health Administration) from Long Island University, Brooklyn, New York

OSHA Authorized General Industry Trainer from Rutgers University, School of Public Health, New Jersey.




Phone: 1.646.462.1339

Dr. Macceau Medozile

Dear Friends,

The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHA) stipulates that "each employer shall furnish to his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees." Injuries accounted for 95 percent of cases reported among all private industry workplaces combined in 2017, as well as the majority of cases reported among individual industry sectors. During that same year, the percentage of reported fatal occupational injuries, for workers aged 55 and over was 37% (n=1,930). Workers are exposed to many infectious agents, chemical and physical hazards, and work stress among others; thus, applying preventive measures to reduce occupational injuries, illnesses and deaths are extremely important.

Job-related-training is one of the ways to prevent occupational injuries, illnesses and deaths, to reduce employees work loss days and medical expenses to employers, to increase morale and productivity. The Environmental and Occupational Safety & Health (ENVOSH), a legally New York State registered corporation of authorized OSHA trainers, provides quality training (on site, online, seminar, focus group) in occupational safety and health standards for general industry.

ENVOSH is seeking the opportunity to be part of your efforts to train all your workers, as your companies continue to provide utmost services to your customers. At the end of each training course, ENVOSH provides an OSHA card and a certificate to all trainees. In addition, a 10% discount is offered to your establishments for any group of 20+ participants to our 10-hour OSHA courses until December 2021. Our contact number is 1-646-462-1339.

Please check out our rates and download our brochure.

With regards,

Dr. Macceau Medozile