Scientific Sessions

Occupational Health Medicine

Occupational Health Medicine is defined as the process of treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses that affect the health of an individual. As it is the branch of medicine that is concerned with the conservation of health at the workplace which includes prevention and dealing with diseases and injuries. It also has a subordinate objective of maintaining productivity and public modification within the workstation. Occupational Medicine mainly involves health issues, safety precautions, and risk management all that related to providing a good working environment for individuals. Physicians trained in Occupational Medicine are now focused on diagnosing and providing treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses. They are now up to date on both Federal and State regulations for better development in workforce health and safety that includes the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, and Health Departments of Transportation and Construction, so they could suggest and makeup to provide the best plans for treatment and perform monitoring inspection. Occupational Medicine Physicians now often work directly with individuals to keep Organizations, Industries running and also for individuals to keep them safe and to provide a better healthy working environment.


It provides some benefits as well:

·         Employee Management

·         Patient Management

·         Clear Communication

·         Quality Medical Outcomes

·         Continuing Health Strategies


Sub-Tracks include:

·         Physical and Biological Stressors

·         Workplace Amenities and first aid

·         Safe work method statements

·         Health and Medical Management