FREMAP Multidisciplinary Team

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​To develop the integrated health programme, FREMAP has a multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, managers, social workers and prevention technicians that work together with companies to improve the health of workers and consequently improve the competitiveness of the company by carrying out the following activities:


The following activities are performed as part of the health and safety programme:

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  • Promoting worker health and safety.
  • Supporting the monitoring of accident rates by providing information on the variation in work-related accidents and illnesses.
  • Identifying risk conditions and advising on the selection and implementation of control measures.
  • Fostering the integration of health and safety. Upgrading the skills of directors, technicians and managers who are in charge of prevention activity.
  • Dissemination and awareness. FREMAP offers its member companies an extensive catalogue of informative material in order to inform and raise awareness among workers about the importance of health and safety at work.

  • Collaborating with each company individually to organise face-to-face talks and seminars.
  • Advice for obtaining the Bonus. (Royal Decree 404/2010, of March 31, Order TIN/1448/2010, of June 2 in PDFThis link will open in a pop-up window).
  • Providing up-to-date information on new health and safety at work legislation and procedures.
  • Developing research and analysis projects to identify processes and activities that generate greater risks based on accidents that have occurred and illnesses that have been detected.
  • Preventing work-related traffic accidents.

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FREMAP's Single Contact Person

The activities performed are as follows:

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  • Coordinates the collaboration and communication between the various areas involved in the provision of service (Prevention Area, Healthcare Area and Management Area) with the aim of providing personalised service to patients and companies.
  • Registers the medical leaves due to common contingencies and checks the guarantees (worker's SS registration, companies SS contribution, waiting periods).
  • Registers the work-related injury reports submitted by the companies via Delt@ and the notification of Work-related Illnesses in CEPROSS and checks the guarantees.
  • Recognition of the right to financial benefit, as well as of refusal, termination or suspension once the necessary access requirements have been verified.
  • Processes the economic benefits (direct payments to workers).
  • Processes the delegated payment by companies.
  • Analyses the evolution of temporary disability rates and monitors workers awaiting to return to work.
  • Submits disability files to the Provincial Directorate of the National Social Security Institute.

Social Welfare

The activities performed are as follows:

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  • Collaborates with member companies in solving social issues related to its workers, always respecting the confidential nature of the information.
  • Facilitates an appropriate reincorporation to the work position or, where applicable, to the work situation created after the work-related injury, encouraging Retraining This link will open in a pop-up window.
  • Advises on possible training alternatives for workers with incapacitating long-term physical damages, which will be studied by an assessment and career guidance team.
  • Advises workers on procedures for disability, death or survival files, in everything related to regulatory and social benefits.
  • Informs companies, workers and trade unions about welfare benefits provided by the Special Benefits Committee This link will open in a pop-up window , when so required.
  • Collaborate with partner companies in actions aimed at reducing temporary incapacity and resolving the social problems of their workers, in specific cases where the Social Worker's collaboration is requested.

Economic benefits Area

  • Centralised management and verification that the Temporary Disability and Disability, Death and Survival benefits are processed within the established deadlines, so the worker can receive the corresponding benefit in due time after checking the access requirements to the same.

Processing Area for Absenteeism due to Temporary Disability

  • Collaborating with companies to design comprehensive health programmes.
  • Providing companies with reports on temporary disability with different indicators, based on the statistical variables of age, gender, type of contract, month in which leave is taken, day of the week and medical condition. Data analysis and conclusions.
  • Estimate of the economic costs arising from the temporary disability borne by the company.
  • Carrying out of benchmarking seminars between companies from the same or different sectors, sharing experiences in absenteeism management.
  • Advice on temporary disability management


The FREMAP health care system comprises:

  • Healthcare Centres:

    Workers of FREMAP member companies can be attended in any of its 200 healthcare centres distributed throughout the country, choosing between the nearest healthcare centre to its work centre or address, where they will be provided the best outpatient healthcare and rehabilitation treatment thanks to its extensive technical means and professionals.

    FREMAP's main concern is to be close to the workers in order to provide the best service. Thus, the philosophy of decentralising the healthcare activity, providing value to proximity.

    All patients have their own attending physician who coordinates the entire sick leave process and the continuation of the treatment, a matter often involving numerous professionals.

    The attending physician establishes the diagnosis and treatment, as well as any complimentary tests to be conducted, preserving the patient's intimacy and establishing the deadlines for the consultations and the guidelines according to the pathology and followed protocol.

  • Hospitals:

    In FREMAP hospitals - four hospitals (Majadahonda, Seville, Barcelona and Vigo), four day hospitals (Valladolid, Jerez de la Frontera, Malaga and Zaragoza), and two private hospitals (Valencia and Bilbao) - workers are attended by specialists that provide their services to healthcare centres due to having extensive scientific-medical technology, applying the most advanced treatments and conducting medical tests and/or surgical procedures that improve the patients' recovery.

    Hospital specialities

    • Angiology and Peripheral vascular surgery
    • Cardiology.
    • Gastrointestinal and General surgery.
    • Maxillofacial Surgery.
    • Plastic and Reparatory Surgery.
    • Thoracic Surgery.
    • Diagnostic Imaging (RX, RM, CT, Ultrasound scan).
    • Clinical Analyses Laboratory.
    • Speech therapy.
    • Sports Medicine.
    • Internal Medicine.
    • Neurology.
    • Ophthalmology.
    • Otorhinolaryngology.
    • Psychology.
    • Psychiatry.
    • Rehabilitation.
    • Social Work.
    • Traumatology and Orthopaedics.
    • Upper Limb Unit.
    • Lower Limb Unit.
    • Spinal Unit.
    • Microsurgery Unit.
    • Post-operational Resuscitation Unit
    • Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit.
    • Biomechanical Evaluation Unit.
    • Pain Relief Unit.
    • Urology.