Monday - Friday - 07:30 - 15:30 | Saturday and Sunday - Closed

  • 018 462 0085
  • Fax: 018 462 8896

Our Team Welkom

Health in the workplace is a necessity . Laboransan comply with legislation to support the employer to monitor health and safety in the workplace.

The People Behind Laboransan Welkom

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Serving with Excellence

New Branch

A new branch of the Laboransan Health Centre in Klerksdorp was opened in Welkom on 28 May 2014. The proud Welkom team upholds the same service excellence as their Klerksdorp counterparts and are ready to embrace health and safety concerns to prospective clients in Welkom.

First-Rate Services

Health in the workplace is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Legislative changes have forced employers to implement measures to monitor health and safety at the workplace. Laboransan Health Centre is a group of experienced health professionals that deliver occupational health services according to the needs of the individual client.

A risk-free or risk-controlled workplace with a healthy workforce is the mainstay for a motivated, productive enterprise. Risk assessment, medical surveillance and general management of occupational and health-related issues would help businesses to set the ideal platform.

The medical practitioners involved render occupational health services to various industries as part of their private practices. They further qualified themselves in the field of occupational health and safety, gained practical experience and made use of opportunities to acquire further exposure to major role players in the industry. Laboransan co-ordinates and manages these services in a structured way.

Laboransan Welkom

  • Successful management of occupational health and safety systems over a broad field.
  • Up-to-date knowledge and understanding of health and safety legislation with practical application in the workplace.
  • Integrated risk assessment and management of occupational hazards and risks.
  • High level of involvement on preventative measures for the eradication of harmful agents at the workplace.
  • In-depth knowledge of medical surveillance systems and operational functioning of occupational health centres.
  • Implementation and use of health information systems in the workplace and for the reporting and administration of occupational injuries and diseases.
  • Extensive experience on all compensation-related issues and the management thereof.
  • Execution of health and safety audits with corrective action and follow-up.
  • Participation in addressing the socio-economic needs of workers through involvement in medical incapacitation and employer assistance programmes (EAP).

  • Management and control by Laboransan
  • Formulation of a Health and Safety Policy.
  • Workplace evaluation and risk assessment.
  • Occupational hygiene assessment.
  • Development of different Codes of Practices (COP).
  • Development of document on minimum standards of fitness to perform work.
  • Appointment of Section 13 Occupational Medical Practitioner.
  • Implementation of a system of medical surveillance based on the risk assessment performed.
  • Pre-employment/baseline assessment –radiology, audiology, lung function, vision and clinical assessment.
  • Medical periodicals.
  • Exit medical.
  • Integration of medical surveillance findings with hygiene data and records.
  • Assistance with Occupational Injuries and Diseases (COIDA).
  • Assistance with medically incapacitated policy and programme.
  • Feedback to management for implementation of corrective action if indicated.
  • Medical record keeping and annual medical report.
  • Walk-through inspection of the workplace.

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Where to find us? Laboransan Klerksdorp

  • Strathmore Building
  • OR Tambo St
  • Tel: 018 462 0085
  • Fax: 018 462 8896

Where to find us? Laboransan Welkom

  • 15 Zombastraat,
  • Doorns
  • Welkom
  • Tel: 057 352 8900
  • Fax: 057 352 8896

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