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    Full Fitness For Work

    A occupational health assessment of a full fitness for work is to establish if that employee is fit to carry out their day to day duties within their job role. This is to make sure they do not pose a risk to themselves or other individuals in their working environment or even to the public if their working environment entails these aspects. These assessments should be carried out to protect you as an employer but also having a sense of duty of care to your employees.

    When to carry out full fitness to work assessments:

    • New starting employees
    • Leaving employees
    • Change in job role
    • Returning to work after sickness or extended absence
    • Once a year for safety critical roles
    • Retiring on ill health grounds

    A Full Fitness for Work package includes all of the below screening tests, ENQUIRE HERE about this package.

    Full fitness for work
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    Audiology testing is to be performed in loud working environments 85db or above or where hearing protection is worn. Agility’s occupational health team provide your business with regular audiometric screenings either in a quiet room on your site, in one...

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    Spirometry screening is a technique used to detect early damage to lung function resulting from the exposure of substances hazardous to health. Lung function tests are mandatory in industries where people might be exposed to hazardous substances and respiratory sensitisers....

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    Skin Surveillance

    Dermatology Skin Surveillance can be a last thing you would think of as a concern within the work place. As an employer you have a duty of care to your employees to help detect and identify any irritants or sensitisers...

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    Hand Arm Vibration (HAVs)

    Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVs) is the medical term for symptoms caused by vibration damages that may occur in the fingers, hands and arms when working with vibrating tools or machinery. Vibration injuries are divided into three subgroups: Musculoskeletal Neurological...

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    Vision / Colour Vision

    Vision screening for employees is mainly over looked a lot of the time, at agility it is something we have to offer. We can conduct vision screening for both short sighted and long sighted vision, we can carry out peripheral...

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    Musculoskeletal Assessment

    Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions have an effect on the joints, bones and muscles of the body. Musculoskeletal (MSK) assessments are to help identify any movement issues of the body within employees. This could be caused by repetitive movements within a job...

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    Urinalysis can be a key part to offering health and wellbeing checks to your employees. It is a test that requires a urine sample and is used to identify any metabolic, kidney disorders, glucose levels and for urinary tract infections....

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    Glucose & Cholesterol

    Blood glucose and Cholesterol can be a key part to offering health and wellbeing checks to your employees. It should be encouraged by employers to offer these tests during occupational health screening as it could identify any health problems that...

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    Blood pressure

    Blood pressure can be a very important part to monitor in employees as an employer. As high blood pressure is known to be hypertension. With the lifestyle in which many of us live with bad eating habits or not a...

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    Contact Agility R&C

    Agility Risk & Compliance Ltd provide tailored solutions to mitigate risk and improve compliance in Health and Safety, HR, Training, and Occupational Health.

    If you have an enquiry please call us on 0330 043 0051 or email us on

    Existing clients call our 24-hour service and you will be directed to your expert consultant.

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