XL Health can provide specialist services to support the needs of your organisation or population.
We monitor for all four stages of hand arm vibration syndrome and provide audiometry, spirometry and skin assessments. Our on-site service caters for both day and night shifts and is designed to minimise any disruption to your business.
These health assessments can help decide whether an employee can safely carry out a specific job or task. We offer a comprehensive service that will enable your organisation to meet its legal obligations, help to minimise workplace incidents and proactively protect your employee’s health.
Under current health and safety legislation, employers have a duty of care to prevent the ill-health of their workers. This is particularly relevant to those carrying out safety-critical tasks. It is important that safety-critical workers are not suffering from medical conditions or undergoing any medical treatment which is likely to cause sudden loss of consciousness or incapacity, impairment of awareness, concentration, balance or coordination or significant limitation of mobility.
Whether drug & alcohol testing is a regulatory requirement or implemented for best practice we have a wide range of services to support you. These include testing, drug & alcohol policy formation, training & education, and background checking. We recognise the importance of the accuracy and integrity of test results which is why we provide a legally defensible chain of custody screening and confirmation testing across the UK.
Our health promotion programmes aim to improve the health of workers by increasing their knowledge and understanding of health issues such as diet, exercise and other lifestyle activities. We help workers to improve and increase control over their health. We use a number of methods to communicate to companies, including workshops and one-to-one talks.
We have an extensive range of training designed to meet your legal obligations and to aid in staff or personal development
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