A written agreement is made between the employer and the occupational health care provider (for example, a medical center).
The first step is a comprehensive workplace assessment, on which the occupational health care activities at the workplace are based. During it, the conditions of the work and workplace are examined and their possible impact on employee health is estimated.
Based on the workplace investigation, an action plan is prepared, which takes into account, among other things, physical and psychosocial workload, work arrangements, and the risk of accidents and violence.
Based on the action plan, possible health checks and other measures to improve working conditions and promote work capacity are organized. The action plan is updated annually.
Read more: workplace investigation and health inspections.