Some Primary Steps and Questions an OH Intervention Needs To Address
15th June 2018
An Occupational Health intervention can be a minefield but there is increasing evidence that reports on the positive impact of evidence-based occupational health interventions with regards to employee health and well-being. Here are some helpful hints on how to get it right.
- What precisely is the problem?
- Who is at risk?
- What are the risk factors that facilitate or restrict the emergence of this problem?
- What is the perspective of those affected?
Resources and Support
- What resources or support is available or necessary to deal with the problem?
- Where are the resources or support to be located and how can they be accessed?
- Which support mechanisms or resources have already been organised?
Aims and Objectives
- What are the aims and the anticipated results?
- Who are the target groups?
- Can an agreement with stakeholders be realised?
- Is it possible to identify other programmes that have shown high levels of efficacy?
- What are the core constituents of these programmes?
- How can these be adapted to this context or intervention
Shed Light on the Intervention
- What are the core constituents of the intervention?
- How should these fit the identified wants and needs?
- What can constituents be adapted to fit this context?
- Can these constituents be integrated into the organisation?
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