OSH Law requires companies to submit reportorial requirements monthly or annually. Here are the reports that you need – W.A.A.R.M Work Accident/ Illness Report (WAIR) Occupational Safety and Health exists to protect the employees from health and safety issues such as work-related accidents and occupational illnesses that may lead to disability or even death. WithContinue reading “What Are The OSH Reports That All Establishments Need To Submit?”
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Hepatitis B In The Workplace: What The Management Should Know
Would you hire an applicant with Hepatitis B or would you fire an employee if he contracts Hepatitis B? 🤔 What would you do with this kind of situation? Here’s what you need to know: What is Hepatitis B? Hepatitis B is one of the three types of viral hepatitis. It is a liver infectionContinue reading “Hepatitis B In The Workplace: What The Management Should Know”
Women’s Right To Health
Progressively, women can now be seen equal to men. They can get equal opportunities and access to different position at work. In fact, in our generation, more women are becoming recognized in the workplace – in leadership like Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and Prime Minister Jacinda Andern of New Zealand; in science and technologyContinue reading “Women’s Right To Health”
What The Management Should Know If The Employee Is Positive For Drugs
In a BPO company, a company nurse reported to their company’s human resource that one of their employees is positive to their annual random drug test at work. Their HR/workers representatives, their company doctor and their company nurse discussed the case. Was this the first case of the employee? Was the employee eligible for treatmentContinue reading “What The Management Should Know If The Employee Is Positive For Drugs”
Tuberculosis In The Workplace: What The Management Should Know.
What happens when you encountered a TB patient in your office? 😷 Here are the things that the management should know: What is tuberculosis? Tuberculosis (TB) is an infection in the lungs caused by bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis, but it can affect other parts of the body such as the kidney, spine, and brain. ItContinue reading “Tuberculosis In The Workplace: What The Management Should Know.”
Office Healthcare is Important.
Have you ever imagined your significant other rushed to a hospital because an accident happened at work? No. We don’t want that to happen. 🚑 It is the reason we ask, why is office healthcare important? 1. It is mandated by law that employers must practice Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) standards for their office.Continue reading “Office Healthcare is Important.”