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Occupational health is a branch of health science and it focuses on identifying, assessing and controlling the harmful factors present in the workplace, along with a range of health care for the health of the workplace and the health of the workforce.

The goals of occupational safety and health programs include to foster a safe and healthy work environment. Occupational Health may also protect co-workers, family members, employers, customers, and many others who might be affected by the workplace environment. 



Duties of Occupational Health:

  • Technical supervision of professional staff to comply with occupational health standards
  • Regular visits to different departments, identification of occupational health problems and decisions to resolve them
  • A review of the work environment in terms of the existence of various types of harmful factors (sampling, continuous assessment and evaluation) and planning to eliminate them
  • Monitor the correct implementation of workplace health regulations
  • Providing and compiling content and educational materials including brochures, posters, publications, films and ... for employees and managers for occupational health education
  • Study and analysis of workplace accidents and problems and efforts to eliminate or prevent them
  • Supervise all health care items such as kitchens, dining rooms, toilets and ...
  • Provide a report on the status of occupational health, diseases and problems in this area for managers and relevant organizations




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