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Occupational Risk Management
Occupational Risk Management is a cross-disciplinary area concerned with protecting the safety, health and welfare of people engaged in work or employment. The goal of all occupational health and safety efforts are to foster a safe occupational work environment. As a secondary effect, it may also protect co-workers, employers, customers, suppliers, as well as nearby communities, valuable assets and other costly investments. With years of experience and proven success with the Occupational Risk management vertical we have helped our clients meet compliance and management challenges. Eyepax develops high-end enterprise-level applications that address Occupational Risk Management from a variety of business verticals.
We can help address your business needs within the following verticals.
- Occupational Health & Safety
We address all key areas of your business, including
Management of risk
Our solutions ensure that all members of your organization collaborate and We have years of experience helping organizations meet Occupational specific challenges. Our clients comprise of occupational health & safety, security and fire consultancy companies, as well as facility and property management companies. Together with our partner channels we have helped respected organizations, government administrations; first-tier companies and leading educational institutions around the world meet stringent requirements set by authorities and other legislative compliance. We help manage and monitor over 100 million controls annually ensuring that costly risk mitigation efforts are not compromised..
not only help your business achieve lower compliance/auditing costs, but we also deliver sound solutions allowing for systematic planned controls and overall operational mitigation of risk. Using our solutions we can to the standard ISO 31000 "Risk management. Manage processes, procedures, criteria, requirements, and methods to attain the best possible management of the hazards and exposures that can cause injury to people, and damage property, or the environment. Apply good business practices and economic principles for efficient use of resources to add to the importance of the safety processes; Promote solutions that allow members of the company to contribute by exchanging ideas and other different approaches to make sure that everyone in the corporation possess OHS knowledge and have functional roles in the development and execution of safety procedures;
Operational procedures to plan/ develop safe work practices
Safety, health and environmental sciences
Design of hazard control systems (i.e. fall protection, scaffoldings)
Design of recordkeeping systems that take collection into account, as well as storage, interpretation, and dissemination
Processes and systems for attaining safety through design