After 27 years of working in the field of Occupational Health, we have developed relationships with a wide range of fantastic people and companies who provide services,which are complimentary to those we specialise in. These are people whom we are happy to recommend to our clients as we can be confident in their professionalism, quality of service and ethical practise.
We also work alongside these companies to provide our clients with a comprehensive full package service with one point of contact so that services are seamless and easy to access.
Contact us for more information – whatever your Occupational Health needs are we will have the right people to work with you.
Work Health Solutions Ltd
Dr Simon Ryder-Lewis qualified as a Medical Practitioner from Otago University in 1994 and have worked full time in medical practice since this date. He is registered to practice as a Medical Practitioner in New Zealand (NZ) (NZMC No. 20475). He works work full-time as a Specialist Occupational Physician and holds a number of Occupational Physician positions in the Wellington region. He has undertaken and completed post-graduate training in Occupational Medicine and attend regular on-going education meetings and obtained the post-graduate Diploma in Industrial Health from the University of Otago. He is a Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. He has undertaken medico-legal expert witness training with the Australasian College of Legal Medicine. He worked for a number of years as the consultant at a Chronic Pain Service at Lower Hutt Hospital and is former Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Occupational Medicine at Otago University, Wellington School of Medicine and was a consultant for the Work Safe New Zealand Asbestos and Occupational Respiratory Disease Panel. He has experience in epidemiological and clinical research and has worked on or been an author of at least 10 research studies – many of which have been published in international journals. He is a member of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine, a member of the UK Society of Occupational Medicine and a member of MEDICHEM (Occupational and Environmental Health in the Production and Use of Chemicals), ICOH (International Commission on Occupational Health) and IOMSC (The International Occupational Medicine Society Collaborative).
Fit for Duty
We are committed to making a healthy and positive difference in people's lives by diagnosing and treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). The Fit for Duty program was developed in 2013 by Rachel Lehen and has successfully screened and treated hundreds of people across New Zealand.
Sleep Apnea is a sleep disorder characterised by pauses in breathing during sleep and habitual snoring. Pauses last from 10 seconds to a few minutes, many times during sleep. Disrupted sleep leads to excessive sleepiness or feel tired during the day.
OSA causes elevated sleepiness, increases risk when carrying out safety sensitive tasks such as operating vehicles, heavy machinery or sensitive equipment. OSA undermines productivity and can create problems with focus, concentration, reaction times, mental health, and general health and wellbeing.
Performance and Wellbeing
Enhancing Business Performance and Wellbeing
Performance and Wellbeing works alongside your organisation to identify key opportunities through our Warrant of Wellbeing process. This process develops and build’s the wellbeing foundations that will support your organisations people and culture.
We provide customized, sustainable and authentic practices that enhance your organizational culture and wellbeing.