Health Report

Systematic Health Inventories

How healthy are your staff? Do you have any idea what may cause stress in your company? Our annual health report can help you recognize potential health level problems in your company and provides a valuable approach on how to reduce rates of sick leave; how to avoid accidents and work-related illnesses; and how to promote your employees’ well-being.

Benefits at a Glance

Annual health reports from TÜV Rheinland help you:

  • Get an informed overview of your workforce's health and illness-related absences
  • Identify stress factors and health risks in your company
  • Deploy targeted measures to promote company health
  • Keep a record of stressful working conditions and health risks and develop remedies
  • Manage a functional company health management (CHM) system using a systematic health inventory
  • Set out basics for determining a strategic CHM target and simplify planning of measures
  • Benefit from our experience and large network including experts from the field of occupational health, healthcare graduates, tutors, psychologists, physiotherapists, and workplace counselors
  • Count on services that are scientifically substantiated and validated - we cooperate with a professor of industrial and organizational psychology
  • Benefit from our highly educated personnel, who receive further training on a regular basis

The Path to Your Health Report

  1. Our specialists put together a detailed health report based on the sources listed below
  2. We then present this report to your management staff and selected employees
  3. We work out solutions based on the results of the report and develop concrete measures to develop your corporate health management system
  4. We then present the results of the health report to supervisory boards, such as the health and safety system or health syndicate, for process evaluation and quality assurance

Our Sources

We use information from the following sources to identify individual stress factors in your company:

  • HR department
  • Check-up
  • Health insurance
  • Trade associations
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Workplace analysis
  • Hazard reports
  • Medical examinations
  • Existing reports, such as noise and climate gauges
  • Hazardous substances
  • Fluctuation and absence counts
  • Error rates
  • Backlogs
  • Company inspections