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22 Apr 2021

BHSF OH services receive quality accreditation

Health and wellbeing provider BHSF has been awarded quality accreditation from occupational health industry standard SEQOHS, reinforcing the care excellence being delivered within a challenging occupational health service landscape.

 

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Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) represents a quality mark demonstrating that accredited occupational health (OH) services provide safe, effective, quality OH care for workers in both the public and private sectors. Managed by the Royal College of Physicians it provides independent and impartial recognition that an occupational health service provider has objectively demonstrated their competence to a team of trained assessors.

The SEQOHS assessor commented: “BHSF Occupational Health maintains a comprehensive array of clinical policies, procedures and protocols. Of particular note is the service's approach and willingness to learn from customer feedback and adverse events, leading to changed practice and service improvement."

BHSF OH provides a range of occupational health support services including new-starter health screenings, role specific medicals, immunisations and vaccinations, health surveillance and sickness absence referrals. It also offers additional services, including ergonomic, physiotherapy and mental health support.

Adverse events have of course been a firm fixture for every workplace since March 2020. In a typical year, the team of BHSF practitioners are out on the road delivering health assessments and screening across a variety of workplace settings. Instead, the BHSF occupational health team has delivered more than 4,000 return to work medicals over the last year and remotely undertaken more than 50,000 consultations ranging from statutory medicals through to sickness absence referrals, across under-strain sectors including logistics, manufacturing and engineering.

Fiona McGill, clinical lead at BHSF comments: “We are thrilled to have received this official recognition from SEQOHS assessors. Acknowledging the hard work that our teams have put in to respond to the specific constraints of the pandemic is especially rewarding. The remote services we’ve developed have helped ensure continuity for businesses at a time when so much has been uncertain. Significantly they have also enhanced the overall speed and quality of the support that we’ve been able to offer.

“The benefits of ensuring that an individual dealing with intense anxiety can be assessed and managed quickly are clear. Thanks to our evolved remote services, we can often do this in the space of just a few days. Similarly, early intervention into absence management to tackle physical and mental health issues employees may be facing can have a significant impact on the emotional and financial cost of workplace absenteeism.”

Relying on accredited occupational health services to instil ‘health is wealth’ values across all business sectors will be key to support the psychological and  physical wellbeing of employees through the recovery years to follow.

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