Fitness For Work
Specific Job Requirements
Drugs and Alcohol
Drugs and Alcohol at Work
CASA Drugs and Alcohol
Drug Test Results/MRO Services
Rail Contractors - D & A
Counselling & Rehabilitation
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Drug & Alcohol Policy, Advice and Testing
Need some help with your drug and alcohol program? There are many things to consider; What kind of testing? How do I start? What do I do when I receive a positive test result?
You're at the right place for expertise and experience from start to finish. OHS MED is one of Australia’s most experienced medical practitioners in managing staff drug and alcohol issues.
Medical certification including Rail Category 1, 2 and 3 (RISI), Coal Services Order 41, CAMS and Diving
Medical Review Officer Services
OHS MED is one of the most experienced MRO service providers in Australia specialising in Drug and Alcohol assessments.
OHS MED will advise companies who undertake drug testing and review and interpret the ‘detected result’, which includes comprehensive reporting to the employer on Fitness for Work and other recommendations.
OHS MED’s MRO consultation services are provided at OHS MED’s Sydney medical practice or by telephone.
Annual and Travel Vaccinations
Vaccinations are a cost effective way to help employers reduce costs associated with absenteeism and improve productivity throughout the year.
OHS MED offers a range of annual and travel related vaccinations including:
Hepatitis A and B
and others as required by specific industries.
OHS MED also provides yellow fever and other travel related vaccinations.
Pre-Employment and Fitness for Duty Medical Assessments
OHS MED’s comprehensive pre-employment medical assessments are tailored to meet the needs of your company and work duties of a prospective employee.
Pre-Employment Assessments provide employers with key health information regarding prospective staff enabling suitably appropriate hiring decisions to be made.
CASA DAME Medicals
Class 1, 2 and 3 aviation medicals are preformed at OHS MED
Drugs and Alcohol
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