Occupational Health Assessment

Occupational Health Assessments – Fitness to Work Medicals


We provide many different types of Occupational Health Assessments, Medical Certificates and Reports, for a variety of reasons:

and many more…

All occupational health assessments are for the purpose of better understanding any problems employees may have with their health and putting these in the context of their job role and responsibilities. After the assessment the report and information provided can include offering any adjustments or support that might need to be considered for example to start a role or timeframes for staff to return to work after long-term absence.

Occupational Health Services for Businesses

We offer a wide variety of Occupational Health services to help businesses reduce sickness absence, operational risk and ensure they are legally compliant with health and safety legislation.

Occupational Health Assessments are only a small portion of what we do. To find our more about our other services including Health Surveillance, Absence Management and Wellbeing initiatives click on the button below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does a work medical include?

Work medicals are assessments performed to assess whether an employee can safely carry out a specific job. This medical assessment determines if an employee is medically fit to perform the job that they’re employed to do.

How long does a work medical last?

Typically work medicals will last for a year although there can be certain job which might require more frequent fit to work certificates. If you’re ever in doubt feel free to contact us and one of our team members will be happy to help clarifying any doubts.

What is a fit to work medical certificate?

A Fit to work medical certificate is a form issued by doctors to people when they are ill or injured. The fit note, which is normally required for absences of more than 7 days, is a record of advice from your employee’s doctor.