Occupational health and medical examinations
Occupational health services in Tallinn and Harju county
Medihub offers high-quality and evidence-based occupational health checks for employees. We have made the organization of health examinations as convenient and easy as possible for companies. In addition to health examinations, we provide various services related to occupational health and working environment. We can assist with compiling risk analyses, as well as with mapping psychosocial and physiological risk factors and gathering information on the health of employees.
Our process is fully digitalized. Our clients can use an online self-service system, which is a good tool, especially for larger companies with more employees. We strive to be as client oriented and flexible, as possible. We gladly offer occupational health checks onsite, in your company and help You to make the working environment healthier.
Below You will find the short descriptions on the specialists taking part in occupational health checks.
Occupational health specialists
Occupational health nurses
Occupational health nurses map the client’s health data during health check-up, perform necessary examinations and procedures, and advise on work environment and work-related issues.
Occupational physiotherapists thoroughly map clients who are at risk for musculoskeletal disorders or any work-related physical symptoms. Occupational physiotherapists advise on movement and work ergonomics.
Occupational psychologists map the condition of employees in case of stress and mental anxiety in the working environment and offer psychological counseling.
Occupational health physicians make health check decisions based on collected health data. If necessary, the employee is invited to a doctor’s office, where he or she is advised on treatment, diagnoses and reduced work ability.
Optometrists take part in eye and vision examinations and issue prescription for glasses if necessary.
The concept of occupational health care
Occupational health care refers to a variety of activities that are implemented to prevent occupational injuries. For prevention, work processes are restructured, work is adapted to the employee’s abilities and the physical, mental and social well-being of employees is promoted. Occupational health care can be divided into medical occupational health care and non-medical occupational health care.
Medical occupational health care
Medical occupational health care is provided by health care professionals and occupational health professionals in an institution licensed by the Health Board to provide specialist medical care. Medical occupational health care is aimed at preventing the illness of employees, performing health examinations and diagnosing occupational diseases.
Non-medical occupational health care
Non-medical occupational health services assist the employer in designing the work environment, preparing risk analyzes, measuring work environment parameters and compiling safety instructions.