The service provider must have a licence to provide occupational health care services.
The following matters are agreed on in the occupational health care agreement:
- general occupational health care arrangements, such as the location of the service, opening hours and contact persons
- content and scope of the services: statutory or including medical care
- duration of the agreement
- service prices
- matters related to invoicing
- matters related to the termination of the agreement.
Once the agreement has been concluded, occupational health care requests information from the workplace as a basis for planning the activities. This includes information about the organisation of the workplace, locations, work spaces, functions, staff, occupational health and safety organisation, occupational health and safety action programme and the employer’s risk assessment.