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Occupational Health & Wellness Coordinator
"Our partners at SMS developed a program that fits our needs perfectly.” -Chevron
SMS occupational health & wellness coordinators serve to encourage healthy lifestyles for employees to promote proactive, preventive healthcare.
Using various convenient screening methods, our occupational health & wellness coordinators strive to educate participants about their current health status and provide recommendations and incentives to decrease or control health risk factors.
In addition to the occupational health & wellness coordinator, our offshore occupational health team includes offshore health & wellness advisors and offshore health & wellness specialists.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Along with Health & Wellness education for and assessment of employees, occupational health & wellness coordinators also specialize in conducting audits of food service providers to ensure compliance with established food safety standards and inspect emergency medical equipment to ensure adequate supplies are maintained and kept up-to-date.
- Inform participating employees of available resources while offshore and at any class sessions
- Provide proper Cardiovascular Health CRA to employees during offshore visits and any company super sessions
- Communicate and support employee participation in their company’s program
- Collaborate with offshore wellness coordinators, advisors, wellness committee, and on-site wellness contacts to engage the population in health and wellness initiatives
- Observe and evaluate employees’ Health and Wellness habits, readiness to modify behaviors, and utilization of site specific Health & Wellness programs to assist in positive changes
- Assist in the development, promotion, and delivery of company’s Health & Wellness initiatives
- Utilize standard protocols to guide employees regarding personal wellness goals and to perform Health & Wellness orientations and demonstrations as needed
- Educate employees about Health & Wellness using various media and technologies
- Conduct one-on-one education sessions, goal setting, and customizing action plans for individual needs
- Perform inspections of fitness equipment and report any issues
- Attend and actively participate in morning safety meetings promoting healthy lifestyles by sharing resources and employees’ success stories thus far in the program
- Conduct, track, and report employees’ biometric assessments
Food safety responsibilities include but not limited to:
Medical equipment inspection responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Perform kitchen/galley inspections utilizing Company-specified and Gulf of Mexico Food Safety Standards
- During on-site visits, confirm ServSafe certifications of catering company employees that handle food
- Evaluate practices for shipping/receiving of groceries
- Inspect food storage practices to ensure use of first-in, first-out inventory controls
- Confirm catering contractors are providing healthy choice options during meal times
- Examine Logs (temperatures, groceries, labeling, expiration dates, etc.) to ensure use and proper documentation
- Perform on-site catering company inspections using contracting companies' specified orders/needs, followed by a complete report of findings
- Inventory EMR-medical bags to ensure proper inventory/expiration dates
- Inspect electric stair chairs for proper operation
- Evaluate spine boards/transfer baskets for proper condition
- Inventory First Aid kits to ensure proper inventory/expiration dates
- Inspect Automated External Defibulators (AEDs) for proper operation
- Reorder medical equipment as needed