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Senior OH Nurse X2

  • Internship
  • Durban, SOUTH AFRICA
  • Energie / Matériaux / Mécanique

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Description de l'offre



WL 1CU

Location: La Lucia Ridge, Durban / Indonsa

Minimum Criteria

· Registered Nurse with Occupational Health Diploma / Certificate

Formal Qualifications Preferred (in addition to the above)

· Registered Midwife
· Community health certificate
· Pharmacology
· Employee assistance programme (EAP) training
· Safety certificates
· Audiometry
· SHE and HACCP training
· Experience
· Minimum 2-3 years Occupational Health experience in a manufacturing environment

Other Requirements

· Driver’s License Occupational Health Training

Primary Purpose of the Role

· To provide comprehensive health services (SHE) for the protection and promotion of total physical, mental and social wellbeing of all employees.

Major Responsibilities

1. Primary Health Care

· Promotes, supervises, performs prompt and effective medical assistance to employees in acute and chronic situations
· Responds to emergencies
· Diagnoses and treats customers
· Ensures adequate job restriction and protection
· Liases with external service providers
· Prevents time away from work (‘Lost Time’)
· Provides cost effective and accessible service to employees
· Wellness Campaigns on site

2. Occupational Health Care

Pre-placement Medical

· Conduct pre-placement medical to prevent any liability to the company and to prevent illness/injury to employees and colleagues

Periodic Medicals

· Plan and conduct programme for biological monitoring, exit medicals, retirement medicals and ill health retirement medicals
· Monitor potentially harmful chemical usage
· Evaluate, document and report potential hazards
· Make recommendation on health matters to management
· Communicate potential health and safety hazards in the workplace.

Injuries on Duty

· Draw up policy and procedure for IOD
· Administer First Aid and secondary treatment
· Advise management on preventative and/or corrective action by investigating causes, frequency of injuries
· Prevent Lost Time for employee and the company by treating IOD promptly
· Promote heeling and prevent complications by early treatment
· Rehabilitation

3. Education

· Educate employees on health related topics, including chronic illnesses and primary healthcare in either formal/informal groups or on a one-on-one basis
· Plan and schedule tasks such as First Aid and HIV/Aids training in conjunction with the Training Department
· Policy making (new programmes)
· Advise Line managers/departments (e.g. SHE) on safety equipment
· Presentation to management on general matters affecting the safety and health of employees at work, in the workplace

4. Administration

· Plan, develop and administer the policies and procedures of the Company Health Centre
· Manage health service provision
· Monthly reports, as stipulated by Health Services Co-Ordinator
· Represents Health Services at meetings
· Communicates appropriate information to immediate supervisors, managers and HR department (e.g. Fit to work documentation)
· Maintain employee records
· Purchase and replenish medical supplies
· Ensure legislative compliance
· Communicates within department and to internal/external stakeholders (e.g. responding to e-mail)

5. Research

· Maintenance of accurate and up to date medical records and or reports to track employee health /illness and provide the company with the required data, keeping in mind the employee’s right to confidentiality
· Investigate illness/injury episodes and trends to determine health and safety needs. Communicates this information to relevant stakeholders for the development of safety programmes
· Monthly statistical reports for management
· Evaluate findings of periodic medicals
· Assessment of ‘Employee Risk Factor report’
· Investigate employee complaints regarding safety or healthy at work
· Representation to management or safety committee in matters relating to work

Medical Surveillance Programmes:

· Schedule, conduct and record checks on employees with chronic illness

6. Rehabilitation

· Evaluate performance/progress, counsel and coach if necessary
· Monitor progress and co-ordinate community health services for rehabilitation purposes

Internal Contacts

· Employees (both permanent and part-time) at all levels of the organisation, including but not limited to Managers; Team Leaders (Supervisors); Contractors (Brokers/Private).

External Contacts

· Other Medical facilities and colleagues
· Drug Companies

NOTE:

Unilever is an equal opportunities employer and committed to diversity and inclusivity in the workplace. We are intentional in employing the best talent that reflect the demographics of our country. We therefore invite applications from all candidates representing diversity of age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. When appointing potential candidates, the South African Employment Equity and Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Legislation will be considered.

We are required by law to verify your ability to work lawfully in South Africa. If you are applying as a Foreign National, please note that you may be requested to provide supporting documents supporting this.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Please note: As part of the job application, you will be asked to complete a brief online application form. Completion of the form is required to be considered. Your application status should read “Application Completed”.

Please allow yourself enough time to complete the application form as when filled out partially or not at all it may adversely affect the progress of your application. Please be aware that you will have to complete the form at once as you will be unable to return to it later.

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