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Wednesday, September 10 • 8:00am - 10:00am
8:00 am - 10:00 am W002 Strategies To Develop A Healthier Workforce, Evaluating And Implementing A Strategic Wellness Initiative For the 24/7 Worker (Intermediate)

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Topic Overview:

The Occupational Health Department at the Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK) is now treating behavioral as well as somatic problems of its employees. The reorganized medical program, which began in 2010, has two main goals:

  • To reduce sickness absenteeism from 4% to 1.5% of working time.
  • To prioritize preventive care, encompassing both fitness to work and 24/7 emergency preparedness.

 

This presentation will detail intermediate (2014) results of this successful reorganization, including: a reduction in sickness absenteeism; an increase in training for medical personnel regarding mental health and non-communicable disease prevention; an increase in flu and pneumococcal vaccination rates; and the integration of emergency preparedness with emergency public service disaster prevention.

 

Objectives:

  1. Identify strategies to reduce sickness absenteeism and related temporary disability.
  2. Name a strategy to address prevention of non communicable disease in a work site medical program.
  3. Illustrate the key role of employee illness reporting as a main dashboard indicator.    
  4. Discuss the integration of emergency preparedness with emergency public service disaster prevention

Speakers
avatar for Airat N. Khabibov, MD, MPH

Airat N. Khabibov, MD, MPH

Airat N. Khabibov is Occupational Health Manager - Deputy Director of Production Operations, SUEK Coal Mining Company. He manages corporate occupational health and medical services for employees, including preventive care. Dr. Khabibov received his medical degree in 1990 and has professional experience in medical emergency and medevac. After residency in social hygiene and epidemiology in 1996, he worked in management positions in the public... Read More →
avatar for Dale A. Masi, PhD, LCSW-C, CEAP

Dale A. Masi, PhD, LCSW-C, CEAP

Dale A. Masi is Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland, where she chaired the Employee Assistance Specialization. Dr. Masi is a Resident Scholar at Catholic University, where she directs the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) International Online Certificate Program. She is President and CEO of Masi Research Consultants, Inc., a Boston company specializing in EAP design, implementation, training and evaluation. She is the author of 15 books... Read More →


Wednesday September 10, 2014 8:00am - 10:00am
Napoleon Ballroom B2 3/F

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