Occupational Health:

A business imperative

Complying with occupational health laws is a business imperative. We work closely with our clients to ensure their compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Mine Health and Safety Act, and all other applicable legislation. Through our tangible medical, technical, and legal expertise, we’re able to improve your company’s working environment, while at the same time promoting the health and welfare of your employees.

If you think about it, workplace accidents, injuries, and medical health costs end up costing productivity, efficiency, time, legal proceedings, insurance premium hikes, skills, and much more. Therefore health and safety management is essential for all businesses no matter how big or in which sector they operate.

By keeping employees safe and healthy, businesses comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, reduce their workers’ medical expenses, reduce return-to-work payouts, and decrease the costs for job accommodations for those employees who are injured and with medical illnesses. They also improve the efficiency and productivity of the entire business, which in turn leads to business success.

Occu|Fit is one of the country’s leading wellness service providersand currently deploys a range of innovative occupational health and wellness services to clients in the corporate, parastatal, and government sectors. These services are offered through a variety of roll-out methodologies including onsite locations, mobile facilities, and consultancy.

Occu|Fit aligns all services with the applicable legislation, to ensure a seamlessly integrated solution. Our systems and protocols are well-established within many organisations. They are managed by teams of well-trained personnel that are highly effective in ensuring that occupational health services are implemented in an efficient, responsible, cost effective, and professional manner.


of your occupational risks


of occupational hazards that affect the environment


of logical safety and health programmes.


will all organisational legal requirements


of absenteeism incidents, diseases and disabilities