2012 EHOPAC Award Winners
- Last Updated on 17 August 2012
Awards and Recognition Subcommittee
- Last Updated on 01 January 2012
The Awards and Recognition Subcommittee is responsible for overseeing the selection process for the Edward (Ted) Moran, John G. Todd, John C. Eason, Thomas E. Crow Awards. They are also responsible for the Environmental Health Officer Professional Advisory Committee Honor Award and other recognition programs. This Subcommittee has a fixed membership, so it is not possible to volunteer for membership on this Subcommittee.
EHOPAC Award History
- Last Updated on 29 December 2011
Environmental Health Officer Awards & Recipients
The Environmental Health Officer Professional Advisory Committee (EHOPAC) sponsors five awards to honor outstanding Public Health Service environmental health professionals. A brief decsription of each of the five awards is listed below.
John G. Todd Award:
The John G. Todd Award is the highest honor given by the EHOPAC. The award recognizes an exemplary environmental health professional at the Temporary O-6/GS-14 level or above for significant career contributions in achieving the PHS mission of improving the Nation's health through the practice of environmental health.
Edward (Ted) Moran Award:
The Edward (Ted) Moran Award recognizes an outstanding environmental health professional at the Temporary O-4/GS-12 or Temporary O-5/GS-13 level who consistently achieves high standards in the practice of environmental health, occupational health and safety, industrial hygiene or radiological health.
John C. Eason Rising Star Award:
The John C. Eason Award recognizes the accomplishments of a talented newcomer to the field of environmental health and acknowledges the promise the recipient holds for the future of PHS. The award is limited to environmental health professionals who have served 5 years or less with any Public Health Service agency and who are at the rank/grade of Temporary O-3/GS-11 and below.
Thomas E. Crow Mentor Award:
The Thomas E. Crow Mentor Award recognizes significant contributions by an individual who has enhanced professional growth and career development of environmental health professionals working in the United States Public Health Service by serving in a mentoring capacity.
EHO Responder of the Year:
The responder of the year award recognizes significant contributions by an environmental health officer toward public health preparedness or disaster response. The EHO Responder of the year is also submitted to the Office of Force Readiness and Deployment (OFRD) as the category nominee for the USPHS-wide OFRD Responder of the Year.
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