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    • Guidelines on improving the physical fitness of employees 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; WHO European Centre for Environment and Health (‎EUR/ICP/EHBI 02 02 04, 2000)‎
      Low physical activity is a major public health issue despite the considerable health benefits that can be gained from regular activity. This document describes the rationale for keeping active and the major steps which may be undertaken at the workplace to facilitate wider involvement of staff and their families in physical activity. It presents the benefits for employers and gives examples of successful programmes in various enterprises. Ten steps covering all aspects of a workplace health programme devoted to physical activity are described in ...
    • Guidelines on quality management in multidisciplinary occupational health services 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; WHO European Centre for Environment and Health (‎EUR/ICP/EHBI 02 02 03, 1999)‎
      This document is concerned with the introduction and development of quality assurance in occupational health services. It is primarily intended to help purchasers and providers of occupational health services ensure that the services which are delivered meet the real needs of their customers, including commercial and societal needs, and that a process of continuous quality improvement is designed and implemented in every occupational health service
    • Occupational medicine in Europe: scope and competencies 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; WHO European Centre for Environment and Health (‎EUR/ICP/EHBI 02 02 04, 2000)‎
      This document presents the current role of occupational physicians in Europe, modified as a result of new legislation and policies in public and occupational health in the European Union and other countries. The new model of occupational health practive integrates various occupational health professions, and possibly other pecialists involved in preventive activities, into multidisciplinary preventive services capable of detecting and controlling occupational, non-occupation and environmental health risks. This publication presents views on the ...
    • The role of the occupational health nurse in workplace health management 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; WHO European Centre for Environment and Health (‎EUR/01/5025463, 2001)‎
      This document describes the role of the occupational health nurse in Europe, and whilst recognizing the wide variation that exists in occupational health nursing practice between different countries this document reflects the standards that have already been achieved in those countries where occupational health nursing is at its most advanced. Within the WHO European Member States the discipline of occupational health is undergoing rapid development. This is largely due to the new demands and expectations from employers, employees and their ...