The Occupational Health Care Act is clear and provides a good framework for activities. The way in which occupational health care is arranged does not meet the objectives in legislation in every respect, however. Occupational health care still focuses strongly on treatment. The audit examined the achievement of the objectives in the Occupational Health Care Act, which was reformed in 2002. The audit looked at occupational health care and the prevention of alcohol-related problems as a whole. Occupational health care for state employees, for example, was not examined separately.