Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Title:||GESTÃO DE ATENDIMENTO AMBULATORIAL CENTRALIZADO EM EMPREENDIMENTO COM MÚLTIPLOS PRESTADORES DE SERVIÇO TERCEIRIZADOS: UM ESTUDO DE CASO DE UM EMPREENDIMENTO PARA REFINARIA|
|Other Titles:||CENTRALIZED AMBULATORY CARE MANAGEMENT IN THE CONSTRUCTION EXECUTION WITH MULTIPLE COMPANIES ENGAGED SIMULTANEOUSLY: A CASE STUDY OF A PROJECT FOR A REFINERY|
|Keywords:||Gestão de Saúde Ocupacional; Saúde Ocupacional na Indústria do Petróleo e Gás; Atendimento de Saúde em Obras; Acidentes de Trabalho; Occupational Health Management; Occupational Health at Oil & Gas Industry; Health Care in Erections; Occupacional Accident|
|Abstract:||This essay refers to issues concerning the centralized ambulatory service mobilization to attend urgent or emergency situations on site, with the procedures of multiple companies engaged simultaneously in the construction execution. It examines the gains and difficulties with the implementation of a pioneering model for centralized service ambulatory of all the outsourced companies employees, in order to execute a project to modernize any Refinery. The experiment of this pioneer model is analyzed in a descriptive way under the perspective of service quality and stakeholders satisfaction. This model is evaluated concerning the current practice of decentralized ambulatory service, which are also considered aspects that motivated the implementation of this pioneering model and eventual restrictions on it. The bibliography found turns mainly for Occupational Health in issues related to accident prevention and health problems and also for Management Systems Implementation, but unfocused on Emergency or Urgency Ambulatory Service. By presenting a pioneering model of decentralized ambulatory service, analyzing gains and restrictions with its implementation, this essay intends to contribute to improve the ambulatory service within multiple performer companies in the same construction site.|
|Appears in Collections:||TEDE sem arquivo|
Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.