Bay Occupational Health Consultancy Ltd provides occupational health services to a wide range of industries in the Bay of Plenty and Waikato regions. Our offices are at 466 Maunganui Rd, Mount Maunganui close to the wharf, industrial and business district. We have been providing occupational health services in this region since 1990.

All nurses working for the company are New Zealand registered with current practicing certificates and are full members of the NZ Occupational Health Nurses Association practicing according to the NZ Council of Nurses Code of Ethics. Qualifications range from Diploma in Occupational Health Nursing (UK), Diploma in Occupational Health (Otago), Certificate in Occupational Health Nursing (Auckland) and Certificates in Occupational Health and Safety (Otago). All nurses are certified to perform routine audiometry. One OHN has qualifications in adult teaching and can provide health education in the workplace.

Bay Occupational Health Consultancy Ltd has a policy of ongoing training for all our staff. BOHC Occupational Health Nurse’s (OHN’s) are encouraged to attend regular education and update sessions available through the Occupational Health Nurses Association, tertiary educational bodies,  Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) in addition to attending various conferences.

services we offer:

Health Checks

For all pre-employment health checks.

Vaccinations

Having staff away from work because they have caught influenza (the flu) can be very costly for your organisation. Healthy, immunised working adults experience significantly fewer days off work and have fewer doctor visits.

Not only can a comprehensive programme help employers to meet their statutory obligation to take all practicable steps to ensure the safety of employees while at work, it can also help reduce staff turnover, increase productivity and improve a company’s reputation by supporting better customer service.

Education

BOHC offers education awareness on a range of workplace health and health issues as per Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) and ACC guidelines.