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Optimum Occupational Health Care Program

Optimum Occupational Health Care Program

The Hungarian Ministry of Health Statute No. 27/1995 (7/25) states that an employer must provide occupational health care for its employees and 33/1998 (6/24) requires a medical examination to determine work suitability.

EXAMINATIONS – A, B, C AND D OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CATEGORIES

  • Physical examination by an Internist
  • Comprehensive laboratory tests(CBC, sedimentation rate, blood sugar, blood fats, ions, liver function, kidney function, comprehensive urinalysis)
  • Visual acuity test
  • Resting ECG
  • Chest x-ray – Categories A and B

LOCATION

  • Budai Health Center

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

  • Categories A and B - every 6 months to one year, depending on the work description
  • Category C - yearly
  • Category D – yearly or every 2 years (henceforth Categories D1 and D2)

SERVICES

  • Work suitability examinations – including preliminary, periodic, final, unscheduled and special
  • Work suitability report
  • Medical report including evaluations, recommendations
  • Statistical reports – monthly, quarterly, yearly
  • Employee medical examinations planned, when requested
  • Free parking
  • Dressing rooms
  • On site visit by occupational health physician, at least once a year, to assess possible hazardous working conditions
  • Consultation regarding individual safety equipment
  • Psychosocial risk assessment
  • Report on findings regarding employees’ working conditions
  • Preparation of notices and documents towards examining bodies

OTHER RECOMMENDED EXAMINATIONS  (AVAILABLE AT A DISCOUNTED RATE, WHEN REQUESTED)

  • Ophthalmological examinations as part of a health campaign on site or at the Buda Health Center
  • Other “Health Day” screening campaigns (i.e., melanoma and musculoskeletal screenings, etc.)
  • Other examinations at the Buda Health Center (i.e., stress ECG, ENT, musculoskeletal examination)
  • Chest x-ray for those in Categories C and D, by separate appointment
  • On site immunization campaign planned, organized
  • Supplemental laboratory tests, when required (i.e., biological exposure index)
  • First Aid course
  • Risk assessment, risk estimation, psychosocial risk assessment