Occupational Health Report Writing Workshop
Belfast – Friday 28 April 2017
A one day workshop from The At Work Partnership looking at how to prepare management reports from OH referrals.
This training will enable you to prepare concise, well-written OH reports that will provide quality information for managers, be understood by employees, and be defensible if the information contained in them is ever required in legal proceedings.
For more information, please visit http://www.atworkpartnership.co.uk/conference/oh-report-writing-belfast
Early booking discount: Book and pay by 15/3/17 and save £50 +VAT!
The Occupational Health Nurses Association of Ireland (OHNAI) is a voluntary organisation for Occupational Health Nurses who work either s individual practitioners or team members in a workplace setting.The association supports it’s members in their role of:
- Preventing accidents and ill health at work.
- Providing care to employees through health promotion, health surveillance, rehabilitation and management of health and safety.
- Working to ensure professionalism, quality and legal compliance in occupational health practice.
- Reducing absenteeism through effective case management
The association sees its main role as developing educational pathways for Occupational Health Nurses in Ireland through meetings, conferences, newsletters and other correspondences.
The association sees its main role as ongoing professional development through educational pathways.
The Occupational Health Nurses Association of Ireland supports all members by providing education and networking opportunities and raising the profile of Occupational Health Nursing in Ireland
Being a member of the OHNAI, is a fantastic opportunity to network with other OHN’s working in Ireland.
OHNAI members regularly meet at conferences and workshops, to share ideas and to establish networking opportunities with other OH professionals.