Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL)
The Noise at Work Regulations 2005 require Health Surveillance in the form of hearing checks to measure hearing sensitivity over a range of frequencies.
Hand or Arm Vibration Exposure (HAV)
Hand-arm vibration (HAV) at work can arise from the use of hand-held power tools, hand-guided machinery and hand-fed machines.
Occupational Lung Disease
Employers are required under health and safety law to assess of the health risks to workers exposed to hazardous substances, including respiratory sensitisers and irritants.
Occupational Skin Disease
Occupational skin diseases are very common. Repeated contact with skin sensitizers and/or irritants can lead to Occupational Dermatitis.
According to the Health and Safety Executive, Health surveillance is a system of ongoing health checks to monitor for work related ill health or disease.
Shea Occupational Health offers the following services:
Fitness for work assessment ensures that an individual is fit to perform the tasks involved effectively and without risk to their own, or others’ health and safety. It is very important for companies to ensure that a new person being recruited is fit for a role and that working in the role will not be detrimental to their health.
Take a look at our Employment Screening Service
Welcome to Shea Occupational Health Ltd
Shea Occupational Health Limited has now been providing Occupational Health and Safety Services to clients across England, Scotland and Wales for just over 10 years. Our services include Fitness to Work, Sickness Absence Management Health Surveillance Health and Safety and Employee Wellbeing.
We work with a broad spectrum of industries and clients, and have a long track record of delivering services to them for many consecutive years, such as Sony Uk, Reliance Worldwide Corporation, Metro plating and Engineering works, Almor Ltd and Kensington Royal Garden Hotel to name but a few.
What our clients say…
“Thank you, Karen, amazing guidance and advise. We can always rely uplon you and your colleagues to ensure that people are fit for our intensive work, with some very dangerous chemicals. I am so happy to renew the contract.”
Vanessa Thornton-Kitchener, Almor Group, 10/10/2018