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Safety Critical Medicals
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ROHS can undertake medical assessments for a whole range of needs. These will be carried out by the Occupational Health Physician or the Occupational Health Nurse Advisor.
These reduce the risk of mismatching person to task, and demonstrate your compliance with legislation such as the Health & Safety at Work Act, the Disability Discrimination Act, Working Time Regulations and many others, including specific industry standards.
Baseline screening tests, eg. Audiometry, Spirometry and Vision Screening can be added when required under regulations.
For proposed and/or current employees to identify any issues which may affect or preclude them from working at night.
Medical for employees operating moving vehicles.
Medicals for Safety Critical Workers ie. Plant Operators, Crane Drivers etc carried out in accordance with The Constructing Better Health's health matrix.
A Health assessment at pre-employment would determine a person’s suitability to be employed under the Food Hygiene Regulations and to make employees aware of the importance of observing good personal/food hygiene practices.
A private and confidential consultation between nurse and client to identify any possible health problems by carrying out Height/Weight Ratio, Body Mass Index, Cholesterol Check, Blood Pressure/Pulse Check and Urinalysis.
Advice will be given on Breast Awareness, Testicular Self-examination, Alcohol, Diet, Smoking and Exercise.