Occupational Health Programs. Occupational Health Definition. WHO/ILO defines occupational health as: the promotion and maintenance of the highest degree of physical, mental, and social well-being of workers in all occupations
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1) Safety and Accident Prevention
2) Hazard Identification
3) Exposure Monitoring and Health Surveillance
4) Injury and Illness Management (Case Management)
5) Emergency Response and Disaster Planning
6) International Travel
7) Ergonomics Program
8) Integrated Job Safety Analysis – identify job activities and associated occupational risk factors and modes of remediation and accommodation
Source: McCunney, R. A Practical Approach to Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 1994.
Health Care Provider
Source: Chenoweth, D.H. (1991) Health Promotion at the Worksite