Helping rail companies choose their occupational health service wisely
From spotting and monitoring the most common work-related health issues, the different types of provision, how to make a decision, right through to managing a contract – the guide contains a concise overview of the whole process.
Our Health and Wellbeing Specialist, Stephanie Fitzgerald said:“This is a really simple quick-start guide for HR and operational teams to use to prompt the right questions about how to set up or refine workforce health programmes. By following the guide, organisations get a win-win by ensuring both arrangements are efficient and cost-effective, but also crucially that the health and wellbeing of their people is properly looked after.”
- What occupational health means
- How is occupational health provided?
- Why is procuring occupational health difficult?
- Making a decision about delivery
- Evaluating the responses
- Transition and mobilation
- Managing the contract
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