a. Provide immediate care for work-related injuries or illnesses that do not require hospital emergency care but are beyond the scope of the site's medical service. Recomend medical specialists or specialized services to employees when appropriate.
b. Assess the employee's ability to return to work after illness or injury and provide an assessment of physical abilities. Periodically review and follow up on employees for whom job readjustments have been prescribed.
c. Perform occupational medical exams.
d. Conduct periodic examinations of employees on designated medical surveillance programs.
e. Perform employee health screenings periodically in order to promote health and prevent illness.
f. Participate in the evaluation and follow-up of the cases. Serve as a medical resource for Disability Benefit Review Board's website and site's occupational health resources through counseling on the adequacy of care and prognosis. Interact actively with the local medical community to facilitate early return to work when appropriate.
g. Review, sign and interpret laboratory tracings and reports. Recommend follow-up actions for all abnormal exams, audiometries, spirometry, X-rays, laboratories, or other results of on-site medical tests.
h. Evaluate the working conditions at the plant and indicate the ergonomic risks that could affect employees.
i. Manage the medical team composed of nursing staff, physiotherapy, work gymnastics, among others. This includes, but is not limited to, guiding and prioritizing these employees, scheduling and shifts, career evaluation, etc.
j. Responsible for the execution in the plant of activities related to maintenance of health levels by employees.
k. Participate in various committees to understand health needs and listen to feedback on existing programs, providing continuous improvement of health actions.
l. Evaluate and recommend actions to control the accident insurance of the unit.