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Terms & Conditions

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Anaga Health Occupational Health Center (OHC) Terms and Conditions

  1. Services Offered: Anaga Health provides a range of occupational health services as detailed in the selected service plan. Specific details regarding health assessments, screenings, wellness programs, and safety measures will be outlined in the agreement.

  2. Confidentiality: Anaga Health respects the privacy of all individuals and commits to maintaining the confidentiality of personal health information in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

  3. Service Plans: Clients can choose from various OHC service plans, each offering different levels of coverage. Details regarding the selected plan, including costs, duration, and specific services, will be clearly outlined in the agreement.

  4. Payment Terms: Clients agree to the payment terms specified in the service agreement. Anaga Health reserves the right to adjust fees with prior notice, as required.

  5. Cancellation and Refunds: Any cancellations or requests for refunds are subject to the terms outlined in the agreement. Refund policies may vary based on the nature of services provided.

  6. Compliance and Regulations: Anaga Health ensures compliance with relevant occupational health regulations and standards. Clients are responsible for adhering to workplace safety guidelines and providing necessary support for the implementation of recommended safety measures.

  7. Liability: Anaga Health is not liable for any unforeseen events, damages, or losses that may occur during the provision of services. Clients are encouraged to maintain appropriate insurance coverage.

  8. Term and Termination: The agreement is effective for the duration specified in the service plan. Either party may terminate the agreement for justifiable reasons, as outlined in the terms and conditions.

  9. Modification of Services: Anaga Health reserves the right to modify or update services as necessary to meet evolving occupational health standards. Clients will be notified in advance of any significant changes.

  10. Dispute Resolution: In the event of disputes, both parties agree to engage in good faith negotiations. If a resolution cannot be reached, mediation or arbitration may be pursued in accordance with applicable laws.

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