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Occupational Health Policy and Procedure Writing

Occupational Health Policy and Procedure Writing

Occupational Health

Policy and Procedure Writing

If you are introducing occupational health into your business you will want to define your documented standards or standard operating procedures. This can become very relevant, in particular should a claim or employment HR issue arise around wellbing or drug and alcohol testing.

Our trained and knowledgable occupational health not only advise, counsel, carry out health but the can also write the policies and procedures to support your occupational health and safety management systems.

Policies and procedures are bespoke to a companies ill health risks, so just ask if you think one is relevant. However, typical procedures we get asked to write include:

  • Occupational Health Policy
  • Health and Wellbing Policy and Procedure
  • Drug and Alcohol Procedure
  • Equality Management

We often work with a companies HR department and/or their Health and Safety Department when writing occupational health procedure.

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When caring for patients with the suspected or confirmed infectious respiratory virus COVID-19, all healthcare workers need to, prior to any patient interaction assess the infectious risk posed to themselves and family

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Safewell provided Lung Function Testing for an Electronics Company in Calne.

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Hazards are things that have the potential to cause injury or harm to people, or damage to the work place.

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