At OccuMED, our vision is to be the beacon, that champions the value of occupational medicine in the global working community.


Our Purpose

Deliver medical and allied services for a safe, healthy and productive workforce.

Listen, collaborate and innovate to deliver the best possible solutions for our clients.

Grow an exceptional and sustainable business for the benefit of all our stakeholders.


Our Values

Trust

We value our relationships with clients, staff and suppliers through openness and mutual respect.

We listen and collaborate to ensure the best possible outcome for all parties.

We value honesty and always act with integrity.

We take responsibility and are accountable for all our actions.

Quality

We never compromise our quality and standards in relation to technical competence and delivery of services.

Exceptional Performance

We identify opportunities in our area of expertise for the benefit of our clients, the working community, and our people.

We value innovation, ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit by supporting our people to achieve success.

We value diversity and different ways of thinking from all our contributors.

We identify, assess and manage risk, to make decisions we can uphold and be proud of.


Assessment and Mitigation of Modern Slavery Risks

As a non-reporting entity (SME with <100 million in sales revenue), OccuMED is committed (on a voluntary basis) to identifying and mitigating modern slavery risks in our supply chain, with updates to policies, due diligence processes and training in early 2019.

While there has been no identified incidence of modern slavery in OccuMED’s clinics (as a fully owner operated WA business with local workforce engagement; and in our supply chains across Australia), OccuMED is in the process of performing further risk assessment to understand our suppliers’ approach to identifying and addressing modern slavery and will provide a Modern Slavery Voluntary Statement on its corporate website by 30 June 2019.


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