Occupational Health Service

By: McDermott Risk Management  07/02/2011
Keywords: consultancy, health services, Risk Assessment


Needs Assessment (FREE)

Hazard Risk Assessment

Manual Handling and ergonomic review

Stress Risk Assessment

First Aid Risk Assessment

EqA 2010 Risk Assessment


Remote absence management

Ad – hoc cases

Long term absence review

Fitness to work

Ill Health Retirement

Disability assessments

Re-habilitation plans

Liaison with external consultants/practitioners


Health Surveillance

Spirometry ( lung Function)

Audiometry (hearing tests)


Skin surveillance

Fork lift truck drivers or corporate drivers


Con Space

Night work

New and nursing mums

Food handler

Cold work

Fitness to work at specific tasks


Occupational Health Policy

Standards of Practice

Noise at work


Manual Handling


Drugs and Alcohol


Satisfaction surveying (stress risk assessment)


Report feedback and recommendations

Discomfort Surveys

Postural task risk analysis

Risk assessment

DSE assessment

Absence systems

Health Surveillance

Monitoring and tracking


Effective value

KPIs and Management objectives





Manual Handling

Absence management

Breath Easy

Stress at work

Health Risk assessment

Securing Health at work


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Occupational Health Service

Failure to manage sick employees under the current legislation means you could expose yourself to large fines by an Industrial Tribunal for failure to comply with the EQ Act 2010, HASWA and unfair dismissal. Apart from the loss of money in a court case there is also the thought of protecting your brand name - who would want to see a household brand flashed up in lights by the HSE for none compliance.......its could affect your customers and how you do business. Plus I think you will find t


Occupational Health Service

The benefit of working with an independent Occupational Health Practitioner is the assurance of good consistent communications. Occupational health reports returned within 24 hours. The fees are also far less than larger OH providers - flexible and approachable service level agreements. 


Occupational Health Service

It’s not as expensive as you think and certainly cheaper that large health care providers. A good Occupational Health practitioner will normally cost you very little for the benefits you receive by managing absence cases within the legal arena, such as reduced risk or total avoidance of claims and costly Employment Tribunals. A reduction in sickness absence can also be attained by using pro-active methods of targeting sickness.   Occupational Health can help your employees return to w