OSHC

AcronymDefinition
OSHCOverseas Student Health Cover (Australia)
OSHCOut of School Hours Care
OSHCOccupational Safety and Health Council (Hong Kong)
OSHCOccupational Safety and Health Committee
OSHCOffice of Science and Health Coordination (US FDA)
OSHCOttawa Senators Hockey Club (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
OSHCOgun State Housing Corporation (Nigeria)
OSHCOregon State Housing Council (Salem, OR)
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Medic OSHC is the market leader in Medical Supplier Equipment and dental units in ASIA.
Medic OSHC is an ASIA-based retailer that offers the highest quality medical products at the best prices and the largest home medical equipment and medical supply distributors, on the internet.
Medic OSHC has been a strong force in the Medical Supplier Equipment and dental products distribution business for over 30 years.
We, Medic OSHC have been dealing in medical equipment and dental as General Exporter and Importer for more than 30 years since we established in Jan, 1980.
Conclusion and application: Opportunities exist to help Victorian OSHC programs with nutrition and physical activity information, resources and training.
OSHC programs are predominately run from schools, although programs also operate in neighbourhood houses, community centres and churches.
The present paper aims to describe the Victorian OSHC sector, particularly in relation to food and physical activity practices.
The present paper aims to explore the potential role of the OSHC sector as a setting for health promotion interventions to improve children's health and examine whether the OSHC sector provides an opportunity to influence children's eating and physical activity habits.
The OSHC sector is the second largest provider of child care in Australia with 2494 services in Australia caring for 162 000 children.
A review of the literature indicated that there were no published reports of health promotion programs conducted in OSHC and few nutrition and food safety resources suited to the setting.
The food safety checklist was based upon the National Standards for OSHC (20) and model health and safety policies developed by the School of Community Medicine, University of NSW (21).
Approval to conduct the needs assessment study was obtained from the coordinators of the OSHC services.