Health Surveillance

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Health Surveillance is the systematic approach to monitoring the health of an individual over a period of time. 

Depending on the environment, there are a number of health checks that may be monitored including exposure to noise, vibration, ionising radiation, solvents, fumes, dust, biological agents and other substances hazardous to health.

Health Surveillance is often a legal requirement in a workplace where an employee is exposed to one or more of these elements.  Under legislation, all Health Surveillance records will be retained for a minimum of 30 years with reports provided in accordance with legislative requirements.

Depending on the specifics of each work environment, our Specialised Services Division will recommend a selection of tests to collect the necessary information such as:

  • Pathology – blood
  • Spirometry – lung function
  • Audiometry – hearing function
  • Biochemical – kidney or liver function.

The employer plays a pivotal role when implementing health surveillance and will oversee every aspect of the employee’s involvement.  The process may vary, but will generally resemble the following steps:

  • Is Health Surveillance needed?
  • What sort of Health Surveillance is needed?
  • Development schedule for testing according to needs
  • Identify who will undertake the tests Implementing Health Surveillance Manage performance and interpret the results.
  • If needed, act upon the results Assess risk and controls.