5 USC 7901 - Health service programs

(a) The head of each agency of the Government of the United States may establish, within the limits of appropriations available, a health service program to promote and maintain the physical and mental fitness of employees under his jurisdiction.
(b) A health service program may be established by contract or otherwise, but only
(1) after consultation with the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare and consideration of its recommendations; and
(2) in localities where there are a sufficient number of employees to warrant providing the service.
(c) A health service program is limited to
(1) treatment of on-the-job illness and dental conditions requiring emergency attention;
(2) preemployment and other examinations;
(3) referral of employees to private physicians and dentists; and
(4) preventive programs relating to health.
(d) The Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, on request, shall review a health service program conducted under this section and shall submit comment and recommendations to the head of the agency concerned.
(e) When this section authorizes the use of the professional services of physicians, that authorization includes the use of the professional services of surgeons and osteopathic practitioners within the scope of their practice as defined by State law.
(f) The health programs conducted by the Tennessee Valley Authority are not affected by this section.

5 USC 7902 - Safety programs

(a) For the purpose of this section
(1) employee means an employee as defined by section 8101 of this title; and
(2) agency means an agency in any branch of the Government of the United States (not including the United States Postal Service), including an instrumentality wholly owned by the United States, and the government of the District of Columbia.
(b) The Secretary of Labor shall carry out a safety program under section 941 (b)(1) of title 33 covering the employment of each employee of an agency.
(c) The President may
(1) establish by Executive order a safety council composed of representatives of the agencies and of labor organizations representing employees to serve as an advisory body to the Secretary in furtherance of the safety program carried out by the Secretary under subsection (b) of this section; and
(2) undertake such other measures as he considers proper to prevent injuries and accidents to employees of the agencies.
(d) The head of each agency shall develop and support organized safety promotion to reduce accidents and injuries among employees of his agency, encourage safe practices, and eliminate work hazards and health risks.
(e) Each agency shall
(1) keep a record of injuries and accidents to its employees whether or not they result in loss of time or in the payment or furnishing of benefits; and
(2) make such statistical or other reports on such forms as the Secretary may prescribe by regulation.

5 USC 7903 - Protective clothing and equipment

Appropriations available for the procurement of supplies and material or equipment are available for the purchase and maintenance of special clothing and equipment for the protection of personnel in the performance of their assigned tasks. For the purpose of this section, appropriations includes funds made available by statute under section 9104 of title 31.

5 USC 7904 - Employee assistance programs relating to drug abuse and alcohol abuse

(a) The head of each Executive agency shall, in a manner consistent with guidelines prescribed under subsection (b) of this section and applicable provisions of law, establish appropriate prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation programs and services for drug abuse and alcohol abuse for employees in or under such agency.
(b) The Office of Personnel Management shall, after such consultations as the Office considers appropriate, prescribe guidelines for programs and services under this section.
(c) The Secretary of Health and Human Services, on request of the head of an Executive agency, shall review any program or service provided under this section and shall submit comments and recommendations to the head of the agency concerned.

5 USC 7905 - Programs to encourage commuting by means other than single-occupancy motor vehicles

(a) For the purpose of this section
(1) the term employee means an employee as defined by section 2105, a member of a uniformed service, and a student who provides voluntary services under section 3111;
(2) the term agency means
(A) an Executive agency;
(B) an entity of the legislative branch; and
(C) the judicial branch;
(3) the term entity of the legislative branch means the House of Representatives, the Senate, the Office of the Architect of the Capitol (including the Botanic Garden), the Capitol Police, the Congressional Budget Office, the Copyright Royalty Tribunal, the Government Printing Office, the Library of Congress, and the Office of Technology Assessment; and
(4) the term transit pass means a transit pass as defined by section 132(f)(5) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
(1) The head of each agency may establish a program to encourage employees of such agency to use means other than single-occupancy motor vehicles to commute to or from work.
(2) A program established under this section may involve such options as
(A) transit passes (including cash reimbursements therefor, but only if a voucher or similar item which may be exchanged only for a transit pass is not readily available for direct distribution by the agency);
(B) furnishing space, facilities, or services to bicyclists; and
(C) any non-monetary incentive which the agency head may otherwise offer under any other provision of law or other authority.
(c) The functions of an agency head under this section shall
(1) with respect to the judicial branch, be carried out by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts;
(2) with respect to the House of Representatives, be carried out by the Committee on House Administration of the House of Representatives; and
(3) with respect to the Senate, be carried out by the Committee on Rules and Administration of the Senate.
(d) The President shall designate 1 or more agencies which shall
(1) prescribe guidelines for programs under this section;
(2) on request, furnish information or technical advice on the design or operation of any program under this section; and
(3) submit to the President and the Congress, before January 1, 1995, and at least every 2 years thereafter, a written report on the operation of this section, including, with respect to the period covered by the report
(A) the number of agencies offering programs under this section;
(B) a brief description of each of the various programs;
(C) the extent of employee participation in, and the costs to the Government associated with, each of the various programs;
(D) an assessment of any environmental or other benefits realized as a result of programs established under this section; and
(E) any other matter which may be appropriate.