Onsite Treatment and System of Care
“The World Health Organisation (2008) has clearly identified the workplace as an important area of action for health promotion and disease prevention.”
Comcare, Effective Health & Wellbeing Programs
An onsite healthcare provider is more than just ‘the person who comes to you’ for injury treatment. At Work Healthy Australia, we partner with employers and integrate into the workplace to become a valuable member of your health and safety team. This is achieved through an onsite physical presence, a dedicated treatment and rehabilitation space and key stakeholder engagement.
Focussing on injury prevention and management, including treatment, WHA are in a position to provide a close-up and unique view of the health of your workforce. This includes:
Onsite integration allows the development of an effective team to lead a successful system of care.
WHAT IS YOUR ONSITE SYSTEM OF CARE?
A ‘workplace health & safety system’ is the framework designed to build and sustain a proactive and preventative model. This framework is built by developing and incorporating some key elements including:
“Work health and safety improvements are best achieved when health and safety is supported by the organisation’s culture and embedded in its procedures and processes.”
SafeWork Australia, Australian Work Health & Safety Strategy (2012-2022)
ENGAGING WORKERS is a key element to a healthy and productive workplace. When a successful onsite system of care is implemented, workers can;
By utilising specialist onsite services to develop an effective system of care, businesses can experience positive change in the health and safety of their workplace.
Onsite care, including the integration of onsite treatment, provides ;
As a WHA Onsite Healthcare Provider you can enjoy:
– A competitive salary
– Laptop, Phone & Work Vehicle
– A generous training allowance
– Access to a full time training manager to coach you in your professional development
We welcome applications from Chiropractors, Physiotherapists and Osteopaths, unless otherwise specified in the job description.