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Delivery of medical certificates will be online from September 21

Published: Thursday 17 September 2020, 12h17 | Last updated on Thursday, 17 September 2020, 17h38

IFSP participates in a pilot project of the Ministry of Economy called Web Certificate

From next Monday, September 21, IFSP servers will be able to forward medical and dental certificates to the Server's Health Assistance Coordination through the online certificate Web Certificate, without the need to travel. 

IFSP participates in a pilot project called Atestado Web, created by the Ministry of Economy, which aims to facilitate the procedure for delivering certificates. The Director of Personnel Management of the Dean of Institutional Development (PRD), Guilherme Oliveira Leite, highlights that the ministry's invitation demonstrates the recognition and relevance of the health care units of the IFSP server. 

 

The certificates will be sent through the Sigepe platform, offering speed and making the process less bureaucratic. “In addition to efficiency, the Institution will have indirect savings, since the servers will not have to travel to deliver the certificate, there will be no need to print paper and send documentation via pouch, in addition, it will allow the sectors previously involved in the flow they can use the time for receiving and forwarding the certificates with other tasks ”, enumerates Guilherme.

The IFSP will maintain constant contact with the General Coordination of Server Benefits of the Ministry of Economy so that any corrections can be implemented in the system. 

Visit here the tutorial for sending certificates through Sigepe.

Visit here other documents related to the Atestado Web platform. 

SIASS IFSP Units

The IFSP currently has two SIASS Units, called the Server's Health Care Coordination (CSS) and the Health Care and Quality of Life Personnel Coordination (CASP). Created in 2017, they are located in the Rectory and in the Campus São João da Boa Vista, respectively. 

 The first serves the Avaré, Birigui, Boituva, Bragança Paulista, Campos do Jordão, Capivari, Caraguatatuba, Cubatão, Guarulhos, Ilha Solteira, Itapetininga, Itaquaquecetuba, Jacareí, Jundiaí, Pirituba, Presidente Epitácio, Registro, Salto, São José dos Campos Campus , São Miguel Paulista, São Paulo, São Roque, Sorocaba, Suzano and Tupã, in addition to the Rectory. The second serves the Araraquara, Barretos, Campinas, Catanduva, Hortolândia, Matão, Piracicaba, São Carlos, São João da Boa Vista, Sertãozinho, Votuporanga campuses, in addition to the Decentralized Center for People Management and the Decentralized Center for Information Technology and the Campus Sao Joao da Boa Vista.

The units have been structured to meet the health and quality of life demands of IFSP employees and partner agencies. According to Guilherme Leite, before the creation of his own units, many servants to civil servants were made by SIASS Units from other institutions, which resulted in delays in the analysis for the granting of benefits and leave, as well as the lack of more complete information on the health of the employees. IFSP servers. 

IFASS SIASS Units have a partnership to serve the servers of the following agencies: National Mining Agency, National Land Transport Agency, Ibama and ICMBio, and frequently receive requests for partnership from other agencies (such as AGU, INPE and INSS) , as well as civil servants from all over Brazil to carry out expertise in transit.

Guilherme recalls that recently new facilities and adaptations in the physical spaces of these units were authorized to improve service and expand their capacity. The improvements are expected to be completed by the end of this year.

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