Solidity Occupational Health
Office Hours / Trading Hours
Introduction of Solidity Occupational Health
About Solidity Occupational Health
Employees are a companies most valuable asset, it is only sensible to make sure that all possible is done to help them provide the highest sustainable, quality of care. If workers are troubled by their own ill-health, or other stressful circumstances, they will not be able to give their full attention to any demanding task. In addition, apart from being good employment practice, no company can function effectively if there is a high incidence of ill health among workers.
A good quality, reputable Occupational Health service will help to minimise health and social problems for staff so that they can render high quality services to their clients. Consequently, this will minimise exposure to health hazards not related to their primary illness.
Occupational Health is a multifaceted discipline controlled by many different pieces of legislation,
• Occupational Health and Safety Act (No. 85 of 1993) – OHSA
• Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (No. 130 of 1993) – COIDA
• Basic Conditions of Employment Act – (no 75 of 1997) BCEA
• Labour Relations Act – (no 66 of 1995) LRA
• Mine Health & Safety Act (no 29 of 1996)