Health Performance Indicators
A number of occupational health performance indicators(HPI) have been developed and are implemented. Systematic information should be collected about HPI, which are listed in the table below.
Proactive OH Performance Indicators
Reactive OH Performance Indicators
|Safe handling of chemicals cards(SHOC)
|Exposure monitoring of health hazards in the workplace e.g Noise, air pollutants and radiation
|Occupational illnesses cases
|Non-accidental death cases
|Health Risk Assessments
|Medical retirement cases
|Health education and promotion including occupational health road shows, health presentations and wellness walk.
|A & D consultations
PDO and contractors have a responsibility to report all health performance indicators and maintain records of occupational illnesses and Non Accidental Deaths. An occupational illness is defined as a work related abnormal condition or disorder which is mainly caused or aggravated by exposure to health hazards at work.
The Total Reportable Occupational Illness Frequency (TROIF) is the sum of all occupational illnesses per million working hours during the reporting period.
Non accidental death is defined as the death of Company or contract employee due to suicide or non-work related illness, occurring on company premises including company and contractor accommodation, or during working hours on non-company premises.
Monthly Health performance indicator Template
All contractors shall provide and send a monthly report to the PDO Occupational Health Adviser(MCOH) and the Chief Medical Officer (MCC) about the health performonce indicators as per this template