Occupational Health Services
Occupational health services are medical examinations tailored to the professional environment. It is ideal for employers wanting to take an in depth look at their employee’s welfare and identify any potential issues which could jeopardise their productivity at work or look at current issues affecting their work and suggest resolutions to these.
Often occupational health assessments will be conducted with absentees to get a deeper understanding of the causes of the absence and identify measures which can be put in place to support the individual and accelerate recovery.
MERT International’s occupational health specialists are ideally and uniquely placed to support and help people stay in work and live full and healthy lives. They play a key role in ensuring the health and wellbeing of the workforce, by preventing work-related ill health and providing sign posting for specialist assessment and advice. We provide independent, impartial advice to employers and employees on the effects of work on health.
As well as addressing issues that occur, a lot of the work of an occupational health service is proactive, aiming to reduce potential problems in the workplace.
Our occupational health services:
Help prevent work-related ill health
Advise on fitness for work, workplace safety, the prevention of occupational injuries and disease
Recommend appropriate adjustments in the workplace to help people stay in work
Promote health in the workplace and healthy lifestyles
Conduct research into work related health issues
Pre-placement health screening and health surveillance
Night worker health screening
The Occupational Health services which we offer are:
At MERT International our Wellbeing programmes include various services which contribute to the process in helping to prevent work-related ill health. Our suite of innovative employee health and wellness programmes, address the full continuum of emotional and physical issues of an employee to improve corporate wellness. This holistic approach ensures each employee has the tools and resources necessary to prevent work-related ill health and to achieve their personal health and wellness goals.
Health Screening / Medical Test Service
Health Screening monitors the wellbeing of employees in the workplace and includes but is not limited to:
Body Mass Index
Urine analysis for the presence of glucose and protein
Blood Pressure and Pulse
Cholesterol checks (extra cost)
Lung Function Testing (Spirometry)
Under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1999, lung function tests can detect early signs of lung damage before a serious problem develops.
Pre-employment Medical Assessment
Medical questionnaires, and if necessary examinations, help to ensure that those who join your organisation are fit to perform the tasks within their job description. We can also advise on your obligations under the Equality Act from a medical viewpoint.
The Working Time Regulations place a duty on employers to offer health assessments to night workers and identifies health issues which may interact with night working.