Occupational health servicesMedical & workplace surveillance, injury on duty at workplace, HIV and TB programs at workplace. Through our Wellness division, we offer specialised occupational health services to employers ranging from multi-national corporates to smaller enterprises across the spectrum of industry sectors.
As an established specialist occupational health services provider. Hlombe Investment Solutions is playing a fundamental role in assisting companies to comply with general as well as industry specific statutory, legislative and regulatory occupational health requirements.
Our in-depth knowledge in the field of occupational health requirements, compliance and practice management is strengthened by our established infrastructure and occupational health geographic footprint in South Africa.
Employee wellness programsWhen you have healthy employees, your company reaps the benefits. A correctly designed wellness program can increase productivity, boost moral and reduce stress. Wellness programs help employees make smart and healthy choices that can reduce health care costs, increase vitality and diminish absenteeism. In general, the costs of implementing a wellness program are minimal compared to the benefits.
Training (accredited by HWSETA)Occupational health and Safety, and HIV/AIDS. Skills development is a national priority for South Africa and meeting the country’s skills needs requires collaboration between numerous public and government entities, educational institutions, training providers, as well as private organisations, no matter how big or small.
South Africa’s economy is divided into functional sectors and each of these sectors is represented by one of 21 Sector Education Training Authorities (SETAs). The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) is responsible for the education, training and skills development requirements of the health, social development and veterinary sectors.
Impairment & Disability AssessmentsPhysicians are frequently involved in the assessment of impairment and disability as the treating physician, in consultation, or as an independent medical examiner. The key elements of this assessment include a comprehensive clinical evaluation and appropriate standardized testing to establish the diagnosis, characterize the severity of impairment, and communicate the patient's abilities, restrictions, and need for accommodation. In some cases, a functional capacity evaluation performed by a physical or occupational therapist or a neuropsychological evaluation performed by a neuropsychologist may be required to further clarify the functional capacity of the patient. The results of the impairment evaluation should be communicated in clear, simple terms to nonmedical professionals representing the benefits systems. These individuals make the final determination on the extent of disability and eligibility for benefits and compensation under that particular benefits system.