Occupation health schemes aim to help identify and understand health risks with your business and create a targeted action plan designed to prevent absence and support employees returning from illness.
If you have any questions about occupational health or you’re ready to get a quote for your business, our advisors are available to help. We work independently from providers, offering an unbiased approach with no obligation to purchase. Please provide us with some contact information and we’ll be in touch.
There are a wide range of occupational health services that aim to improve the health or your workforce and reduce absence. You may have flexibility over which of these services you purchase, while others may be grouped together within a single policy. We can help you navigate the various services on offer and answer any questions you have about each, with some of the options being as follows:
Understand if there are any health risks among your workforce that you can minimise through actions or processes.
Demonstrate to your employees that you care about their health and any unique needs in the workforce.
Ensure that your company's procedures and processes are up-to-date and compliant.
Improve the overall health of your workforce and reduce the likelihood of employees being unable to work through sickness.
Help your employees who fall ill potentially return to work sooner and reduce the time spent off absent.
Provide your managers with the resources and support they need to handle employee illness or injury.
Potentially save on the cost of employee absence due to injuries or ill health.
“Workplace self-reported injures and ill health cost the UK £16.2b in 18/19”
After purchasing occupational health services, it’s important to understand what happens next. The exact next steps will depend on your provider and the types of service you opt for, but the below offers an example of what may happen:
Your provider will deliver the services you’ve chosen, such as assessing your employees' current physical and mental health.
Where applicable, you’ll receive the results of these services from a dedicated account manager. You may be given access to an online portal to view these results and other related information.
Your results will be reviewed, analysed and communicated to you through reports. You’ll be provided with insights into your business based on the facts.
From these results, you may be advised on changes you can make to combat the risks. This may be new internal procedures, equipment or through ongoing support services.
To help with the ongoing management, you’ll receive check-ins and support from your account manager, as well as checklists and to-do lists to complete.
As you continue to offer occupational health services, you’ll be provided with more information that you can use to gauge the impact of changes and to understand any new risks.
Our independent advisors are on hand to answer your questions and understand more about your business. We’ll help you to choose the occupational health services that suit the demands of your business, as well as comparing the options available to you on the UK market. Provide some information about your company, and we’ll be in touch to help you.
“Occupational health services can help companies understand the health risks in their business and guide them on what changes they can make to improve them”
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