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Occupational health service agreement
Conclude a written agreement on occupational health services with the service provider. Describe in the agreement what services your collaboration includes.
Define the scope of occupational health services in the agreement
Once you have chosen your occupational health service provider, you must conclude a written agreement on collaboration. In the agreement, you describe together the scope of the services you are acquiring for your company. Preventive services are statutory and belong to all (Kela’s reimbursement category I). You can decide if you want to also acquire medical care for your employees and if so, how extensive you want the services to be (Kela’s reimbursement category II).
After concluding the agreement, you will create an action plan together with your occupational health partner based on your company’s needs. In the action plan you describe the activities and the occupational health collaboration in more detail.
The occupational health service agreement must be available to your employees.
Next step: Carry out a workplace survey
In the workplace survey, the occupational health services assess the significance of your company’s resources, work load factors, exposures and risks for your employees’ health and work ability.Read more
Occupational health collaboration steps
- Choose an occupational health partner.
- Conclude an occupational health service agreement.
- Carry out a workplace survey.
- Draw up an action plan.
- Start up the occupational health collaboration.
- Together, assess how you have succeeded and adjust the plan.