Work Health Professionals
We are a dynamic team of medical, health and safety professionals who help you manage the health and environmental risks of hazardous exposures, job tasks and noise in your workplace.
We help you understand and meet your WorkCover, WorkSafe, Workers Compensation and DMIRS legislative compliance, and your internal health safety and environmental requirements.
- Onsite work health and safety services
- Mobile audiometric testing truck and caravan
- Regional road trips and FIFO services
- WA owned and based
Work Health Professionals purpose built, air-conditioned, WorkCover accredited mobile facilities visit work sites in Perth and around regional WA.
From these we conduct audiometric testing, ear plug fit testing, health surveillance, spirometry, skin screening, noise surveys, air monitoring, drug and alcohol screening, vision screening and other medical assessments.
We provide a range of WHS assessment services for mine sites and large construction project camp sites.
This includes health monitoring, spirometry, skin screening, noise surveys and audiometric testing.
We can assess groups of workers from 6 through to 600+. For large groups we can send one or more Nurses, Doctors, Noise Officers, Audiometric Officers or Audiologists as required.
Work Health Professionals is dedicated to providing cost effective onsite WHS services to the mining, exploration, corporate, industrial, manufacturing, construction, health and government sectors. Our diverse range of clients include…
Our range of services
Work Health Professionals make it easier for organisations to meet their legislative compliance and duty of care, in line with the:
- Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981
- Occupational Health and Safety Act 1984
- Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995
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