Looking after and promoting the health & wellbeing of employees is important in not only reducing sickness absence and the cost and inefficiencies associated, but also with developing a positive workplace culture and environment.
Whereas much of the workplace screening is a mandatory requirement by law, health & wellness screening is not. Just because it is not required by law, does not mean it does not play a huge role, especially in the modern day work place.
It is important as many employees now expect this to be included in their work package, and in order to remain competitive and an attract and retain the best talent, looking after the health and wellbeing of your staff in paramount.
By actively promoting health & wellbeing in your workplace, employers are already combating sickness absence, ill-health, chronic health issues, mental health and stress, all before it occurs.
Good health is good business.
Our ‘Know Your Numbers’ health screening is a simple, non-invasive health promotion, which aims to promote health & wellbeing in your workplace and help employees better understand their numbers.
Their numbers refer to important biometrics and measurements which may include:
Our health advisor will create an on-site clinic in a private meeting room, or we can come in one of our health screening mobile units or alternatively attend one of our clinics.
A Well Person Medical is a detailed health screening assessment that highlights potential health concerns that may require further investigation.
These medicals are specific to the individual, and their requirements.
The Well Person Medical may include:
Employees receive a report back with their results, highlighting areas of concern or improvement against recommended ranges, and actionable insights to improve these.
Each report includes comments from Doctor and clinician, and each employee has the option of speaking with a GP about their results.
Workplace assessments to monitor and manage the health of employees, in particular those exposed to specific risks and ensure they are protected.
Some industries require workers to have a medical assessment prior to them starting work on a particular site or role.
Assessment and screening to provide preventative measures for employees, to mitigate against ill-health effects.
Support employees health and reduce absenteeism with counselling, physio and GP appointments.