Worksite Occupational Health programmes aim to reduce the
likelihood of injury and illness (and other physical company
assets) through effective risk control.
has Personal Relevance
Employees are allocated to
individualised medical screening programmes.
Employee’s exposures and risk
profiles are gathered throughout the tenure in the company.
It provides for self
empowerment through health and safety education, and
Occupational Health has Organisational Relevance
Provides legal compliance is a
field that is becoming increasingly complex and difficult
Reduces the cost of direct and
indirect costs of worksite accidents and illnesses.
Standardises the approach
across the organisation, improving performance comparisons.
(Computerised Health and Environment Surveillance System)
System has been developed to enable:
Data management of Health Risk
Enable complex tasks such as
Chemical Risk Management.
Rapid creation of targeted
Medical Surveillance programmes, as determined by the Risk
Supporting documentation, with
management guidelines, policies and procedures to ensure
the professional involved follow standardised formats, and
includes on-line access to all relevant Occupational
Health legislation, for easy and rapid reference.
The system is kept current
through on-going updates.
High quality reports aimed at
managers and the clinic professionals, which demonstrate
the high risk areas, and clearly highlight outcomes of
relevance to occupational health.
The process is managed through
powerful diary and contact management tools.