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Retained Occupational Health Service

LAW can provide seamless Occupational Health support through our chosen partner, Managed Occupational Health Limited (MOH), which is the ultimate service provider. The service is designed to support LAW clients in complying with legislation relating to employee health at work and to optimise employee health, attendance and wellbeing. This includes establishing each individual employee’s fitness for work, helping to manage employee absence, supporting return to work strategies, advising on necessary adjustments, ill health retirement, and also assisting in promoting general health & wellbeing of the workforce. 

Core Advisory Service for employee health-related matters

Business hours telephone and email advice from experienced Occupational Health practitioners on employee health-related matters. This service provides access to fully confidential, legally compliant professional clinical guidance on this and other health related employee/employment related issues. The pricing for this element of the service is:

 

Discounted fees for Occupational Health referrals and other services 

Clients who subscribe to the Core Advisory Service then have access to the following discounted services and pricing:

New starter online health screen (Post Offer Health Questionnaire).

£13.00

OH Physician telephonic (or Zoom, MS Teams etc) consultation, with report issued to the employer.

£361.25

Update reports from Occupational Health Physician.

£80.75

Management Referral, telephonic triage undertaken by an Occupational Health Nurse, with report issued to the employer. Up to 2 additional update reports at no additional cost.

£157.25

Attendance by a qualified clinician to carry out any of the matters listed below.

A full day will last 7 hours and a half day will last 3.5 hours

Services available within the clinic setting.

  • Health Surveillance Assessments (for example Audiometry, Spirometry, Skin, Urinalysis)
  • OH Nurse Consultations
  • New Starter & Exit Medicals
  • Wellbeing/Health Promotion Clinics

* Standard consumables (e.g. mouthpieces for lung function tests, cotton wool etc. are inclusive of cost.

* Where a suitable room is not available, a mobile testing unit can be supplied at an extra charge.

Also available on request:

  • Random/With Cause Drug & Alcohol Testing
  • Ergonomic Workstation and Vehicular Assessment
  • Functional/Psychological Capacity Assessment
  • Ill Health Retirement Advice
  • Physiotherapy
  • Hand Arm Vibration Assessment 

Full day

£335.75

 

 

FAQs

1. What is Occupational Health?

Occupational Health is a specialist branch of medicine concerned with the effects of work upon health, and health upon work. It assists

the employer to fulfil its duty of care in making reasonable adjustments, where possible, and in supporting a safe working environment.

 

2. What standards of competence are applied to your nurses and physicians?

All our doctors are Consultant Occupational Physicians and hold the highest level of qualification in occupational medicine, i.e.

membership of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians. Our nurses are registered with the Nursing and

Midwifery Council (NMC), and have an in-depth understanding of occupational hazards, risk and industrial disease.

 

3. What is an Occupational Health Referral?

If you have been absent from work for an extended period or have had frequent short term absence, then your Manager or HR Manager

may refer you to MOH. The purpose of the referral is to provide your employer with clear, impartial and professional advice on matters

relating to your fitness for work. Occupational Health Referrals are undertaken by a qualified Occupational Health Nurse/Physician

(OHN/OHP) which may be telephonic or a face-to-face assessment.

 

7. What is Health Surveillance?

Health Surveillance is about systematically checking for early signs of work-related ill health in employees exposed to certain health

risks/hazards. It means putting in place certain protocols and procedures to achieve this, including Occupational Health assessments.

 

8. Who needs a Health Surveillance assessment?

The employer will identify and advise MOH of any areas within the business where Health Surveillance may be required. This could be

due to the employee working with tools which vibrate, a noisy environment, working in a dusty environment or with chemicals etc. There are a number of different areas where Health Surveillance may be required.

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My team of lively, engaging and highly qualified safety managers, from a variety of industry backgrounds are committed to supporting your business in the essential areas of workplace safety, fire prevention, food hygiene, security and crisis management.

Douglas Cameron | Head of Health & Safety Services

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