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Occupational Health: The Value Proposition

This report synthesises the evidence from the scientific

and wider literature to demonstrate that there is a rounded

business case for investment in occupational health

services based on wide-ranging and sometimes intangible

factors. Well-integrated evidence-based workplace health

initiatives are associated with improved employee health

status and productivity in the workplace.

Research supports the proposition that investments in

occupational health add value through reduced costs

associated with the prevention of ill health, improved

productivity and a range of intangible benefits.

Consequently, this report aims to define the value

proposition of occupational health beyond the mere

financial return on investment.



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