The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH) specializes in well-being at work, research, advisory services and training. We operate under the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, and have around 500 employees.
Our clients include workplaces, decision-makers, individuals, occupational health service units and other parties engaged in ensuring well-being at work. Together with our clients, we develop well-functioning work communities and support workers’ work ability.
Our offices in Helsinki, Kuopio, Oulu, Tampere and Turku enable us to focus on the areas of expertise and needs of workplaces in different regions.
FIOH’s top management is committed to constantly developing their management system in accordance with the SFS ISO EN 9001:2015 standard, which is based on the process approach and the management of quality and risks.
Effectiveness: the impact of our activities creates improved well-being at workplaces and helps extend working careers
Reliability: our solutions are based on research evidence and reliable methods that work in practice. We are independent and impartial.
Partnership: working together with our clients strengthens the implementation of our strategy.
We believe that work can create well-being, and that healthy, safe and meaningful work generates “well-being through work”, which in turn leads to improved productivity and participation in work life.
Strategic focal points
- Transforming OHS
- Work ability and working careers
- SMEs and growth