OH professionals for your business
To provide that special mix of skill, intuition and balance your organisation requires, it takes doctors and nurses with special training and aptitude. To provide the care your employees deserve whilst simultaneously looking after the economical, legal and PR needs of the company takes high calibre people. Lifeline professionals have the training and the commitment required to build an effective partnership between employee, employer and Lifeline, enhancing trust between all, helping to calm potentially volatile situations. Lifeline believe firmly that employee and employer are firmly dependent on each other and that good working relationships and communication are the bedrock of any successful organisation.
Occupational Health Nurse Advisors (OHA)
To be an OH3 OHA, our experienced, approachable nurses have not only completed their first nursing qualification like a nursing degree, they also have to have a second degree or other qualification in Occupational Health or at least be halfway through. Till then, they are known as OH practice or screening nurses though often can be very experienced OH practitioners with many years experience. To be termed a Senior OHA, the OHA must have been qualified for a few more years with experience of a greater number of industries.
Doctors in Occupational Health (Occupational Health Physician or GP with special OH interest).
To be an OHP or a GP with a special interest, our doctors have to do extra training specific to Occupational Health. The GPs usually work part-time in Occ Health and have normally completed a Diploma in Occupational Medicine. An Occupational Physician usually works full-time in Occupational Health and normally has an Advanced Diploma and/or Faculty of Occupational Medicine membership. You can be assured that every OH professional working for or on behalf of Lifeline OH will have the skills, qualifications and experience needed to help your business achieve its objectives.