Oil and gas operations occur in different countries and locations across the world, where the quality of medical infrastructure, available treatments and specialities may differ greatly. It is therefor important for companies to assess the medical facilities available, to ensure that they can provide optimal health care for their workers. This checklist provides a series of Yes/No, sliding scale and open answer questions to help company health professionals when making these assessments, and aid in company decision making when selecting a medical facility.
Medical facilities assessment: Checklist for medical professionals in the oil and gas industry
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