Occupational Health Questions
Here you will find answer to some frequently asked Occupational Health questions.
What are Offsite Occupational Health Services?
Shift workers, particularly those who work at night, may be at risk of ill health because shift work can disrupt our body clock (by interfering with the production of hormones by the body), disturb sleep and cause fatigue.
Respiratory screening or lung function testing is just that, checking the function of the lungs to make sure nothing at work is reducing the employees function.
Health and Safety in ICT (Information and Communications Technology) is mostly about understanding how to work safely with computers and environments with lots of technology equipment.
Like all drivers at work, fork lift truck drivers must be medically fit to drive a forklift truck. At Safewell we adopt the DVLA standards given by their Drivers’ Medical Unit, which is recommended by the HSE.
What is the Safe distance From a Welding Arc Flash?
If you do any sort of MIG, TIG, oxy-acetylene or other types of welding then please read this article!
More than a quarter of all road traffic incidents may involve somebody who is driving as part of their work at the time (Department for Transport figures).1 Health and safety law applies to work activities on the road in the same way as it does to all work activities and you need to manage the risks to drivers as part of your health and safety arrangements.
An Occupational Health Assessment is a consultation carried out by our qualified Occupational Health Professionals.
Alcohol and substance abuse at work, costs employers millions of pounds each year, through the loss of productivity, increased sickness absence and increased accidents.
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