Audits – Assessing the health and wellness of your organization
Workplace health audits help benchmark the overall health of your organization. They are an important first step in developing the goals and direction of your overall occupational health strategy.
Fundamental workplace health considerations include:
- Review of mental/social risks
- Monitoring of air, water quality and chemical threats
- Physical risks
- Industrial hygene issues
- Chronic health issues in employee population
Surveillance – Maintaining health and wellness across your company
Health Surveillance Programs monitor the ongoing health of your employees. These programs help you identify initial improvements and monitor employee and workplace health over time. You can thus proactively impact employee health and track the results.
Important factors to be considered include:
- Exposure to dust
- Exposure to vapour
- Exposure to noise
- Exposure to radiation or chemicals
- Impacts of physical exertion
Contact us to learn more about how a workplace health audit or surveillance program could benefit your organization.