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senior occupational health nurse

  • Conducted pre-employment, routine medical and exit medical screenings in accordance with the OHS Act
  • Conducted Primary Health Care – treatment of daily illnesses and recording thereof
  • Provided Chronic Disease Clinics – Hypertension & Diabetes
  • Provided HIV counselling
  • Provided Emergency and Trauma Care – treatment, rehabilitation & workers compensation reporting
  • Administrative Duties- injury & disease analysis, monthly & annual reports
  • Provided Health Education Presentations
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occupational health nurse

  • Make appointments, keep records, or perform other clerical duties in doctors’ offices or clinics.
  • Apply compresses, ice bags, or hot water bottles.
  • Conducted Induction Training for new employees
  • Budget Control
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occupational health nurse

  • Diagnoses ailment and administers approved medication to sick employees.
  • Refer patients for further treatment if necessary 
  • Will issue sick leave under the direction of the company doctor
  • Helps the company doctor in pre-placement examinations of potential employees
  • Record all the cases seen in the clinic according to legal requirements. Record are confidential and released only with prior writtern consent of the employee
  • Writes weekly report to the company Doctor
  • adminiter employees medical and dental benefits record, claims etc
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occupational health nurse

  • Perform primary care procedures such as suturing, splinting, administering immunizations, taking cultures, and debriding wounds. 
  • Maintain vehicles and medical and communication equipment and 
  • Perform Random, For Cause, and Post Incident AOD testing
  • Maintain and order medical supplies and medications
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occupational health nurse/ company nurse

  • Developing and implementing health and safety programs
  • Developing disease prevention programs and Educated all employees on smoking cessation, exercise, good hygiene and healthy eating programs
  • Documenting all employee injuries and illnesses within the workplace
  • Observing and assessing the work environment for potential dangers and hazards
  • Treating injuries and illnesses for employees, including follow-ups and referrals
  • Overseeing and implementing emergency and disaster preparedness programs and planning
  • Serving as a gatekeeper for healthcare services, including rehabilitation and disability matters