Health surveillance’s aim consists in different aspects: (i) to ensure worker’s health, (ii) to comply regulation, (iii) to detect health changes at their onset, (iv) to reduce cost, (v) to provide a fitness for job judgement, (vi) to provide a medical baseline and (vii) to be part of a preventive programme. Some of these aspects are perceived as benefits from the different stakeholders. Employers indicated as benefits worker’s satisfaction improvement, cost reduction, relationship improvement, early detection of health changes5. The study showed some other benefits: an improvement in worker’s satisfaction, an improvement in the relationship between stakeholders (even though based on qualitative data only), an early detection of health changes in few cases and a sickness absence reduction after influenza vaccination programme.

From risk-based health surveillance to health promotion: an evidence-based experience in a health care setting / Franco, Giuliano; Cella, M. T.; Tuccillo, E.; Ferrari, F.; Minisci, E.; Fusetti, L.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH. - ISSN 1232-1087. - STAMPA. - 15:(2002), pp. 117-120. ((Intervento presentato al convegno N/A tenutosi a N/A nel N/A.

From risk-based health surveillance to health promotion: an evidence-based experience in a health care setting.

FRANCO, Giuliano;
2002

Abstract

Health surveillance’s aim consists in different aspects: (i) to ensure worker’s health, (ii) to comply regulation, (iii) to detect health changes at their onset, (iv) to reduce cost, (v) to provide a fitness for job judgement, (vi) to provide a medical baseline and (vii) to be part of a preventive programme. Some of these aspects are perceived as benefits from the different stakeholders. Employers indicated as benefits worker’s satisfaction improvement, cost reduction, relationship improvement, early detection of health changes5. The study showed some other benefits: an improvement in worker’s satisfaction, an improvement in the relationship between stakeholders (even though based on qualitative data only), an early detection of health changes in few cases and a sickness absence reduction after influenza vaccination programme.
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From risk-based health surveillance to health promotion: an evidence-based experience in a health care setting / Franco, Giuliano; Cella, M. T.; Tuccillo, E.; Ferrari, F.; Minisci, E.; Fusetti, L.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH. - ISSN 1232-1087. - STAMPA. - 15:(2002), pp. 117-120. ((Intervento presentato al convegno N/A tenutosi a N/A nel N/A.
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