Ooops, have done this several times myself. The American Association of Occupational Health Nurses website is www.aaohn.org
If you put .com, it takes you to some strange search engine
There are chapters in almost every state, and you can search on the website for the chapter closest to you. You can also pull up information on the site about standards of practice, what occupational health nursing is about, and get an idea about some of the knowledge needed by looking at the continuing education offered.
AAOHN also has a very good student membership rate, if you are a student.
I have been an occupational health nurse for over 10 years, and I can tell you that it is a very rewarding, challenging field. I find that it has the best of all worlds.... I can be an emergency nurse, a nurse educator, a wellness coach, a psych nurse, a primary care nurse, and even an OB nurse (only once, and that was enough for a lifetime!). I can also be a business leader, a safety advocate, and a HR specialist. All in one position! The only drawback: you are on your own! Most EMS systems don't arrive for at least 5-10 minutes once the call is made. If you are independent and skilled, occupational health nursing is for you. If you think that it just is "putting on bandaids".... then you need to look further!