MOHS Workplace Health
MOHS Workplace Health are a Made in the Midlands Silver Member
MOHS was established in 1962 as a registered charity to provide quality occupational health services and medical provision to organisations and businesses in both the private and pubic sectors.
As an independent provider, we have the strength in depth to deliver bespoke and proactive solutions, tailored to a client’s requirements and budgets, and clinical support to resolve workplace health issues.
Early intervention and proactive management of employee health is proven to enhance productivity and morale, and can help reduce employment costs.
Our clients include a wide range of organisations in both the public and private sectors, ranging from blue chip organisations to SMEs.
A key strength is our ability to forge strong and long lasting relationships with our clients and their employees. Our approach is based on close client contact to ensure consistent, reliable and relevant processes tha tare well coordinated and managed, and delivered in accordance with corporate policies and procedures, plus legislative guidelines.
We focus on identifying and preventing health issues, restoring good health and promoting wellbeing in the workplace through our extensive range of market leading services:
- Occupational health
- Health surveillance
- Medical assessments
- Absence management
- First aid at work training
- Health & safety courses / assessments
- Travel health and vaccination centre
- Employee wellbeing & health promotion
- Stress management and resilence training
- Mental health awareness / training courses
Occupational health manages the effect of work on health and focuses on optimising employee performance and productivity.
It also addresses employee wellbeing, health promotion and workplace safety issues.
A happy and healthy workforce is more likely to feel motivated and committed to delivering quality results.
Occupational health can also help reduce the risk of costly disruptive sickness absence, injury or disablement, expensive compensation claims and even criminal prosecution.
Safety Critical Worker Medicals
Safety critical work is defined in Constructing Better Health (CBH) standards as work…
“…where the ill health of an individual may compromise their ability to undertake a task defined as safety critical, thereby posing a significant risk to the health and safety of others.”
Undertaking safety critical medicals ensures organisations are legally compliant under current health and safety legislation.
The possibility of having someone not ‘fit for task’ working onsite not only puts them and other employees at risk, it could also lead to prosecution for not complying with health and safety legislation.