Assist employee health programmes


Support and provide assistance to health and safety engineer and medical staff in implementing employee health programmes.

Alternative labels

support implementation of health programmes
assist in employee health programmes
giving support to health programmes
give support to health programmes
support medical staff
assistance to employee health programmes
supporting medical staff
employee health programme assistance
assisting employee health programmes

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Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Assist employee health programmes is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Mine safety officer: Mine safety officers oversee health and safety systems at mining operations. They report workplace accidents, compile accident statistics, estimate risks to employee safety and health, and suggest solutions or new measurements and techniques.

Optional skill

Assist employee health programmes is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Human resources officer: Human resources officers develop and implement strategies that help their employers select and retain appropriately qualified staff within that business sector. They recruit staff, prepare job advertisements, interview and short-list people, negotiate with employment agencies, and set up working conditions. Human resources officers also administer the payroll, review salaries and advise on remuneration benefits and employment law. They arrange for training opportunities to enhance employees’ performance.
Human resources assistant: Human resources assistants provide support in all the processes and efforts carried by human resources managers. They help in the preparation of recruitment processes by scanning CVs and narrowing the selection to the most suitable candidates. They perform administrative tasks, prepare communications and letters, and perform the tabulation of the surveys and assessments carried out by the department.




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Last updated on September 20, 2022