workforce health care services to meet and exceed regulatory requirements."
The Practice of Occupational Medicine
Maintaining the health of people at work.
Restoring the health and well-being of those who have been injured at work or who have been hazard-exposed.
Analyzing experience to assist in finding the causes and determinants of occupational injury and illness.
Assisting in the design, provision and continuous improvement of a healthy work environment.
AOMS Mission Statement
Atlantic Offshore Medical services dedicates
itself to the active promotion of health in the workplace, through
collaboration with employers and employees, always maintaining the
principles of medical confidentiality. AOMS believes that such activity
results in work well done by well people.
AOMS Core Values
Every employee is responsible for his or her own health.
Every employee has the right to make decisions about his or her own health, and the obligation to accept the consequences of those decisions.
Every employee has the right to choose an attending physician and treatment program.
Occupational Health Staff:
Every employee is treated with dignity, respect and compassion.
The confidences of every employee are protected.
Every employee is evaluated, diagnosed and treated according to accepted scientific principles.
The overall priority is the well-being of the employee.
The goal of rehabilitation is active and timely management of recovery.
Modified work is the cornerstone of disability management.
Early intervention will defeat the disability syndrome.
The cost of intervention will always be less than the cost of disability.
Environment, Health and Safety:
Preventing injury and health problems is the first concern.
Environmental and workplace monitoring is coupled with recommendations for continuous improvement.
The job is fitted to the employee, not the employee to the job.