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Managing Occupational Health Services in RBN
Programme Status:
Approved Active
Programme Number: 1989
Programme Executive Summary (Scope):

To recognise and control hazards in the workplace. This will be accomplished throuh health risk assessments and periodic health screenings of employees. The services will cover all RBN entities, local clinics and other external stakeholders. 

In scope:

  • Attend safety meetings
  • Perfom safety walk throughs
  • Monitor all work related injuries
  • Health surveillance
  • Risk asssessment
  • Findings and recommendations
  • Hepatitis vaccines for RBN health workers
Key Focus Area: Health and Social Development
Focus Areas: Education and Skills Development, Health and Social Development, Safety and Security, Governance & Administration
Beneficiaries: Traditional leaders/Governance, Community, RBN Employees
Regions: All Regions
Villages: Phokeng, Kgale, Lefaragatlha, Bobounja, Lenatong, Luka, Chaneng, Diepkuil (Maile), Kanana, Serutube, Tantanana, Tlaseng, Marakana & Mosenthal, Roodekraalspruit, Kopman (Maile), Thekwane, Photsaneng, Mfidikwe, Mabitse, Tlapa & Tlapa East, Mogono, Tsitsing, Rasimone, Mafenya, Lesung, Mafika, Maile Extension, Leloreng, Motsitle (Mamerotse), Mogojane, Robega, All Villages
Institutions: Health & Social Development Services (HSDS)
Baseline Start Date: Monday 2 February 2015
Actual Start Date: Monday 2 February 2015
Approved Annual Budget: Hidden
Budget Variance:
2021 Year to date budget: Hidden
2021 Year to date expenses: Hidden
2021 Budget variance to date: 0 %
2021 Percentage of annual budget spent: 0 %
Risks: 1
Issues: Unresolved: 0
Resolved: 2
Total: 2



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