The saying, “better the devil you know, than the devil you don’t”, which means it’s better to stick with the old way of doing things than attempt new ways, is not entirely true. This article says, “it is false!”
A lot of things may stay the same, but change is constant.
Ever since we went on a trip and back with the pandemic, several things have not remained the same; several organisations have had a renewed focus on their modes of operations, while some are still stuck in the web of doing things the old way.
The occupational health industry is one such sector that hasn’t changed its mode of operations regardless of the glaring need. We compiled a list of three major processes that should experience instant change for better output.
You can work smarter by changing the way you see and do things. Nearly every industry has found a place for technology’s assistance, and occupational health should not be left out.
Most people end up working overtime due to time spent on repetitive manual processes. Adopting solutions like Seamix Care could save you the blush when it comes to managing your clients’ health credentials and securing critical documentation.
New Training Methods
The occupational health industry conveniently organised and conducted physical training sessions for involved personnel before the pandemic. However, a better opportunity emerged during the pandemic; hosting training virtually, and issuing credentials digitally, whilst ensuring compliance with industry regulations.
While some organizations have switched to virtually training their employees, others still lag far behind, questioning just how productively virtual knowledge can be shared. Employees will be better prepared when they embrace virtual learning and other modern learning methods.
Getting Rid Of Fraudulent Activities
The issue of having unqualified employees feign their competence is still widely known in the industry. A lot of industrial sites are still buzzing with negligent employees who seek greener pastures but aren’t qualified for the environment.
Imagine a construction worker with a terminal illness that provides a forged certificate to cover up his record; even before he gets caught, he may naturally meet his waterloo when he experiences seizures or any critical health emergency while handling heavy machinery or on a scaffold.
Apart from the harm caused to such negligent workers, the general public stays at risk, and the contractor may be fined for fielding such workers.
To avoid a case like this, attention must be paid to faster and more transparent ways of issuing genuine digital health certificates and a valid means of verifying the quality of each certificate presented during background checks.
Seamfix Care remains a change-oriented tool for the occupational health industry. Since its inception, it has been positioned to become the meeting point of people in the industry (credential issuer, credential owner, and credential verifier), with a focus on simplifying processes, ensuring overall compliance, and helping build trust and satisfaction in credential management.
Apart from these, its core functionality – IDQR (a means of identification that merges an individuals image with a unique QR code) allows contractors to detect original credentials from duplicated ones and avoid the pains of forfeiting their projects or parting ways with huge amounts of money to lawsuits.
In Bertolt Brecht’s words, “because things are the way they are, things will not stay the way they are.” Embrace change today and see the positive impact of technology in your business. Learn more about Seamfix Care here.