• Occupational Health London


Supporting you in keeping your workforce healthy, happy and productive.


    Supporting you in keeping your workforce healthy, happy and productive.

    Occupational Health Services London

Good Health Means Good Business

The impact of workplace illness on a company’s productivity and profit can be significant and the annual cost to UK organisations now runs into many billions. Investing in the health and wellbeing of your staff can help to reduce levels of occupational illness and deliver financial benefits to your business.

What We Offer

  • Medium and long term sickness absence issues
  • Repeated episodes of short-term sickness absence
  • Help with the understanding and application of the Equality Act 2010
  • Work-related illnesses
  • Return to work assessments
  • Pre-placement medicals
  • Advice on COVID-19 and impact on staff and working environment
  • Stress management
  • Staff wellbeing medicals
  • Pre-placement medicals

Frequently Asked Questions

Dr Hazell has experience in a number of areas of occupational health. He has provided occupational health advice in the health sector, particularly in nursing and residential homes. He is often asked to support in staff well-being events and strategies. In addition, he has vast experience in pre-employment medicals. This includes the mining sector and he is also part of a panel of doctors that is able to decide on fitness to work at sea on international cruise boats.

It could not be simpler. All that is required, is for the online form to be completed and we will organise the rest. Occasionally, we may need to contact you to gain some more information regarding the referral. If you would rather, Dr Hazell is also available to discuss referrals over the telephone.

The report is usually completed within 48 hours and once the employee has given permission to release the report, we will send an electronic copy immediately to management via email to avoid any delay.

Yes. The Equality Act 2010 states that employers should not ask applicants to complete medical questionnaires at the initial stages of recruitment. Occupational Health assessments should only be made once a job offer has been made, other than when certain exceptions apply, such as in safety critical roles. This is to avoid discriminating against those with disabilities.

Once a job has been offered though, there is the requirement for employers to explore whether an employee has a disability and to see if any reasonable adjustments need to be made to their duties. This can be done through health-related questionnaires and medical checks and the job offer can be made conditional to these being passed.

Confidentiality law, regarding an employee’s private and personal medical records, prevent an employer from requesting this directly. Therefore, any pre-employment questionnaires have to be carefully worded to ensure that sensitive information is not disclosed unnecessarily. It would be wise to consider turning to an occupational health service at these later stages of the recruitment process. This will allow an independent assessment of whether an employee has a health condition that will affect their ability to carry out the role for which they have been recruited and if reasonable adjustments need to be considered.

Yes. We have extensive experience in health screening and routinely offer Well Man and Well Woman medicals. These can be tailored to your needs, depending on the type of health screening required. We are able to offer testing for all major illnesses under one roof, including all non-invasive heart and lung investigations. Each employee, will be provided with an individualised, confidential medical report.

Occupational Health Services Brochure for The Tyburn