Occupational Health Consultancy is here to support your business through this difficult and unprecedented time. Information is changing daily, and we will keep these pages updated as things evolve and change. We remain at the end of the phone or email to support you as a business or organisation.
These are the steps we have put in place to ensure that we can continue to work with you in a safe way keeping your business and staff working.
Our online referral system continues to work in the usual way, as it is web-based you will still be able to access this even if you are working remotely. Please do get in touch if you need assistance or help in accessing the system.
Our clinical team are available as normal at the end of the phone to help you as an employer.
We are carrying out some face to face appointments if essential after risk assessing the referral but the vast majority remain by phone or video call.
We have resumed onsite clinics; our Health Surveillance Teams are working to get our customers surveillance back up and running following careful risk assessment of each site. Please get in touch and we can arrange for your clinics to be booked.
Safety Critical Medicals
As construction and manufacturing continue to work it may be necessary for your employees to have a safety critical medical. We are able to offer these medicals. Please get in touch for further booking details.
Other Services you may now need
- COVID-19 return to work assessments for employees who have either had symptoms or been tested and diagnosed with COVID-19.
- COVID-19 assessments to determine if employees who may be vulnerable or at increased risks and if if any workplace adjustments are needed.
- Remote workstation assessment for those now working from home.
Supporting NHS organisations during the next phase of the Covid-19 pandemic
We are part of a network of SEQOHS accredited Occupational Health providers who have been appointed by NHS England and NHS Improvement to provide additional Occupational Health (OH) capacity to NHS organisations during the Covid-19 pandemic, through a DPS (Dynamic Purchasing System) Framework. This Framework allows NHS organisations to buy in additional Occupational Health capacity where needed, to supplement existing services without the need to undertake a tender exercise.
NHS organisations can access full details of the DPS Framework and suppliers listed via the Health at Work Network website. For those already a member, the Framework can be accessed at this link: https://www.nhshealthatwork.co.uk/covid.asp. For those new to the site, you can sign up to the Health at Work Network here: http://www.nhshealthatwork.co.uk/bulletin-alerts.asp