Industrial film-making

An occupational nurse has been working at an industrial film-making company for 30 years. The company has gone bankrupt, and the occupational health department will be dismantled over the next two years. The company has appointed an expert occupational health nurse to provide the required leadership to ensure occupational safety and health policy over the next two years. During this phase-out, there are many points to consider. 
Address the following in your response: 
Identify the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN) competency levels in occupational and environmental nursing that guide the function of this occupational nurse during the phase-out. Identify the primary responsibility of the occupational health nurse. Describe why a good occupational health surveillance program remains important. Describe why it is important for the nurse to continue to review pertinent epidemiological studies.