The Environmental Health Officer Professional Advisory Committee (EHOPAC) sponsors the Environmental Health Officer (EHO) Responder of the Year Award to recognize individual excellence in achieving the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) mission of improving the Nation’s health through the practice of environmental health during emergency preparedness, disaster response, and contributions to national or international public health threats in the previous fiscal year (FY17).
The nomination window for the 2018 EHO Responder of the Year Award is now open! Nominees must be active duty members of the Commissioned Corps of the USPHS and must be in the EHO Category for the entire period of the award nomination. Please consider submitting a nomination for an environmental health officer you feel has made significant contributions toward response efforts during the previous fiscal year.
The award packet for the 2018 EHO Responder of the Year Award is attached. We are using a fillable PDF document this year, including fillable text boxes for the award narrative. We hope this design will make it easier to comply with narrative length and formatting requirements.
Please submit all award nominations to me at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than close of business on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2017. Please use the award criteria specified in the nomination packet when writing the narrative, as the nominations will be scored based on these items. Please see the nomination packet for more information about eligibility and criteria for this award.
2018 EHO Responder of the Year Nomination Packet
The winner of the 2018 EHO Responder of the Year Award will go on to compete for the USPHS Commissioned Corps-wide Responder of the Year Award.
Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com with any questions.
CDR Jamie Mutter
EHOPAC Awards and Recognition Subcommittee Chair
Page Last Modified on 11/6/2017
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