Regulated Medicals

Our occupational health team offers the full range of specialist and industry-specific tests, vaccinations and inoculations. As part of this, we can provide “Fit to work” or “fitness to work” medicals in regulated industries. These assessments determine whether a worker can safely carry out a specific job or task / work in a particular type of environment. The result is then fit to work, unfit to work or fit with restrictions and we then produce a certificate of the result.

We can provide medicals for people in the following roles:

  • Driver (LGV / HGV)
  • Forklift truck driver
  • Night worker
  • Lone worker

Please get it touch if you would like to know our competitive rates for these medicals. Beyond these cross industry medicals, we also provide some which are industry specific.

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RUK Wind Turbine Medical

While not yet required by law, the recommendations of the Renewables UK medical working part have been widely accepted by employers as providing a needed confidence that staff are fit to work in the wind turbine industry.

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Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) Medical


On top of the standard Oil & Gas UK medical, we can also provide the enhanced version required for members of Emergency Response Teams (ERT).

All of our OGUK medicals include shoulder measurement which is required for work in the north Sea.

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Diving Medical Assessment


All professional divers need to have an HSE compliant medical and have them regularly renewed. Our AMED doctor can sign these off. If you are a sports diver with a condition that is included in the PADI or BSAC

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Working at Height Medicals


For people working at height in other industries, we provide a standard medical which can provide a fitness certificate. People working in Confined spaces need a variant of the same medical.

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Safety Critical Worker Medical


At ToHealth, we offer safety critical medicals that make sure your company stays on the right side of current health and safety legislation and, in particular, best practice within the construction industry. It is a cost effective and simple way to monitor the health of your workforce and can easily be carried out onsite by a qualified health practitioner.

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Emergency Response Team Medicals


Members of Emergency Response Teams (ERT) require a level of fitness which is assessed by an initial ERT Medical Examination. The initial ERT Medical is similar to the OGUK Offshore Medical with the addition of an ERT Health Review, Spirometry (lung function test) and a Fitness Test (Chester Step). An annual review including Spirometry (lung function test) and a Fitness Test (Chester Step) is required.

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Executive Health Assessments

The Executive Health Assessment covers a broad range of Health Checks. This assessment provides you with a detailed overview of your current health and can help to identify potential future health risks.

You will be provided with a detailed Health Report and a consultation to explain your results. Risk factors will be identified and guidance provided on how you can lead a healthier lifestyle and improve your overall health and well-being.

Please note that these preventative health screenings are not intended for diagnosis of symptoms or chronic complaints.

Every medical includes:

  • Lifestyle assessment
  • General examination – height, weight, BMI calculation, fat content, girth, chest inspiration and expiration
  • Examination of the cardiovascular system including heart sounds, blood pressure
  • Examination of the respiratory system including peak flow testing
  • Examination of the musculoskeletal system – range of movement, restriction, tenderness
  • Examination of the neurological system – reflexes, sensation,power
  • Testicular examination and prostate examination where indicated (Male Specific)
  • Resting electrocardiogram for men over 45 or where clinically indicated
  • Urinalysis for 8 elements

The medical will also always include a full blood profile which is an excellent indicator of overall health.

This is as follows:

  • Haematology (blood count, platelets, red blood cells etc; white blood cells and ESR which are inflammatory markers)
  • Liver function screen
  • Kidney function screen
  • Serum iron
  • Calcium levels
  • Full lipid profile including HDL, LDL and total cholesterol, triglycerides
  • Glucose level

Your report will include:

  • Nutritional and lifestyle recommendations
  • Specialist referral recommendations
  • Assessment of risk factors and recommendations on reducing health risk factors
  • Follow-up recommendations
  • Interpretation of blood results
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    Drug & Alcohol Screening

    The use of illegal, or even ‘legal’, drugs amongst a workforce may have serious effects on both the company and its employees.

    Alcohol or Drug misuse may result in workplace disruption and in more serious cases, accidents can cause injury and even death. Corporate manslaughter legislation places a much greater emphasis on a companies duty of care to its employees.

    Having a robust Drug and Alcohol policy in place that incorporates scheduled, random and ‘for cause’ testing, as well as detailing the full process in the event of positive indicators will help to demonstrate compliance to investigating bodies.

    Confidence in the process

    A positive test can have serious consequences for both the employee and the employer – it is vital that all parties have confidence in every stage of the testing process.

    Our clients are assured of:

    • Use of a UKAS accredited laboratory
    • Rigorous Chain of Custody process when samples are sent to the laboratory

    At Waterloo Health Clinic we test for Alcohol or Drug misuse on behalf of our clients on a daily basis – you can be assured of our expertise and discretion

     

     

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