Who are we?
PremoSystems believes in expediting the prospect employee on-boarding process whilst significantly reducing the cost and effort to ensure fitness to work for both the employer and the candidate.
What we do?
PREMFA™ by PremoSystems is a cloud-based set of tools designed to determine whether an individual needs a pre-employment medical and/or a functional assessment, or not at all.
PREMFA™– uses intelligent algorithms to interpret data provided by the potential employee about the role they are being considered for. PREMFA™ assesses the medical (case history and medications) attributes and physical (functionality) of the potential employee to generate a Fitness for Work risk score which is used to determine if further assessments are required.
PremoSystems was created by Mark Armstrong, a Perth local and UWA graduate with over 25 years’ experience working as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (ESSA) based on his knowledge gained from working with some of Australia’s biggest employers.
The cloud-based PREMFA™ system uses intelligent algorithms to interpret data provided by the potential employee about the role they are being considered for. PREMFA™ assesses the medical (case history and medications) attributes and physical (functionality) of the potential employee to generate a Fitness for Work risk score which is used to determine if further assessments are required.
Our Leadership Team
High performance consultant, UWA Graduate, working across a variety of industries in the area of human physical performance. Managing Director of the Body Active Consultancy. A company that provides a range of options in the form of an end to end integrated solution in recruitment, training and rehabilitation services.
More recently a director of Premosystems Pty Ltd a company focused at providing solutions in the health and recruitment areas encompassing medical and functional components of human performance as it relates to work related functions.
Awarded the Queen Elizabeth Silver Jubilee Trust Award for individual contribution of research into Repetitive Strain Injury.
Advisor to various organizations on the topics of customised pre-employment medical and functional assessment protocols, prevention of manual task musculoskeletal sprain and strain injuries, the aging workforce and workforce health and well-being.
Chief Technology Officer
Rox has 25 years experience in effectively utilising cutting edge technologies to assist organisations improve performance across a wide range of sectors including oil and gas, mining, processing, financial services, government, consulting and not for profits.
Rox duxed his Royal Australian Air Force Junior Officer Initial Course before graduating from UWA with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Information Technology. He has held positions in technology, operations, projects, leadership and management of ASX listed companies, government bodies and consulting firms across the world.
Rox is an innovative thinker and project manager, highly skilled in effectively solving business problems using technology.
Mike has been involved with the commercial management and development of numerous corporations, both public and private for over 45 years.
Since qualifying as a Bachelor of Commerce and a Chartered Accountant he has held positions in both finance and operations management of ASX listed companies and been involved in numerous marketing and capital raising projects.
He has consulted to both the World Bank & Asian Development Bank and held management positions in expatriate corporations in south east Asia.