Occupational Health

Enhancing Workplace Health and Supporting Mental Well-being

The overarching objective of occupational health is to proactively prevent work-related illnesses and injuries by implementing a range of measures, including:

  1. Promoting workplace safety through the adoption of safer work practices.
  2. Ensuring employees follow ergonomically sound methods and actions.
  3. Monitoring overall workplace health and identifying areas for improvement.
  4. Providing support to employees grappling with illness or sickness-related absences.

Occupational health enables employers to evaluate their current work environment, mitigate health risks, and ensure compliance with evolving regulations. As part of this comprehensive approach, a Mental Health Assessment plays a vital role in assessing an employee's ability to perform their job effectively and recommending reasonable adjustments to facilitate their well-being.

Moreover, the Mental Health Assessment encompasses a screening of other health needs, including physical well-being. This assessment offers several benefits, such as:

  1. Facilitating in-depth discussions with individuals regarding their health situation and work circumstances, gathering up-to-date information.
  2. Identifying if individuals are accessing relevant NHS/Private services suited to their needs.
  3. Identifying potential barriers to employment, such as medical, physical, cognitive, social, financial, psychological, and emotional factors that require attention.
  4. Reducing costs associated with workdays lost and effectively managing sickness absences.
  5. Streamlining the return-to-work process and minimizing the duration of worker absence from their existing job. Prompt resolution and addressing of issues help mitigate the negative impact of long-term absenteeism and alleviate pressure on other employees.
  6. Providing clear guidance on managing and supporting employees.

Furthermore, a Mental Health Assessment conveys a positive message about the employer's active management of health needs and sickness absences, demonstrating a commitment to employee well-being.

The assessment is suitable for workers who may be experiencing difficulties in performing job tasks or are on sick leave. It helps employers make informed decisions about:

  1. Implementing measures to facilitate the employee's return to full productivity.
  2. Making appropriate adaptations to work tasks.
  3. Identifying job tasks or roles that can be performed by the individual.
  4. Fulfilling their responsibilities in accommodating employees with reasonable adjustments as required by the Equality Act 2010.
  5. Assisting individuals seeking employment by obtaining additional information about their mental health status.

Our services maintain strict confidentiality and adhere to GDPR guidelines and the confidentiality requirements set by all UK regulatory and professional bodies. We prioritize providing you with the right remote or online assistance, regardless of your location, ensuring the convenience and comfort of receiving care in your own home. Our service seamlessly integrates with other ongoing health and mental care services provided by general practitioners, hospitals, voluntary sectors, and other relevant entities.

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