Pre Employment Health Check Up

These screenings are important to determine an employee’s ability to carry out the duties required of them in their role.

Staff members may need a health check either before starting a new role or returning to work after an extended period off. The Leeds Clinic offer a service to cover these check-ups for employees and employers

Pre Employment Check Up​

These screenings are important to determine an employee’s ability to carry out the duties required of them in their role.

Staff members may need a health check either before starting a new role or returning to work after an extended period off. The Leeds Clinic offer a service to cover these check-ups for employees and employers

Pre-Employment Screening

SCREENING OF POTENTIAL EMPLOYEES

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Ensure that your future employee meets the right criteria for your job opening.

In-Employment Screening

SCREENING OF CURRENT PERSONNEL

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Show that your employees still meet the quality requirements of your organization with this routine check.

International Screening

SCREENING OF INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

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Reliable checks for those who want to employ or have international staff.

If you have any forms or documents to be filled out as part of your employment check-up please upload them on the contact form below as part of your enquiry 

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Pre employment health check-up is a significant part of employee benefit for any organization. This ensures and informs the company the present health status and well-being of the newly hired candidate on work. Today it is customary for many companies to get the health check-up for employees done at the time of hiring and on annual basis as well.

Pre-employment check-up includes the basic screening investigations needed to determine the candidate’s medical fitness required for employment.

What is an Pre-employment health check-up?
An Pre-Employment health check is the term used to describe health screenings required by an employer. It’s used to prevent and reduce work-related injuries.

In most cases, it can determine if an employee is well suited to a particular role. For example, roles that involve physical abilities like heavy lifting will require a health check.

Health risk factors
The World Health Organisation (WHO) identified eight factors that they class as risks to our health. During the initial consultation, the specialist may inquire about any of the following:

  • Smoking
  • Drinking
  • Obesity
  • Poor diet.
  • Lack of exercise.
  • High cholesterol.
  • High blood glucose.
  • High blood pressure.

Benefits of Pre-Employment health check-up – Employers

  1. Reduced illness-related days – absences.
  2. Increased staff retention, engagement, and productivity.
  3. Improved team-working.
  4. Increased job satisfaction.

 

Benefits of occupational health check-up – Employees

  1. Reduced health risks.
  2. Improved performance.
  3. A better understanding of mental health.
  4. Access to physical and mental health information.
  5. Helps overcome or manage existing health problems.
  6. Look out for previous unidentified issues early on.
  7. Lifestyle advice (smoking, drinking, weight loss, etc.) to enhance long-term benefits.

Why choose Pre-Employment Health Check-up?
Depending on your company, industry, and regulations, these occupational health services serve various purposes including:

  • Establishing a candidate’s ability to meet the physical requirements of a role.
  • Monitoring staff’s health status at appropriate intervals in cases where the job involves exposure to health hazards.
  • Establishing an employee’s ability to return to work after a prolonged absence.
  • Recognising the conditions under which staff members with health conditions may work.
  • They include illnesses, disabilities and injuries are able to continue working.
  • Determining the long term implications of exposure to hazardous substances.

To find out more information on Pre-Employment Health Check-ups Contact us on: 0113 240 1234

Referral letters are chargeable at £25 per letter

During your consultation, you may require bloods, these are chargeable and shall need to be paid at the end of the appointment

Please also note, any follow up emails and telephone calls will be chargeable, please email reception@leeds-clinic.co.uk with any general enquiries and should it need to be referred to the GP, the administration staff shall be able to advise accordingly.

What to bring
  1. Paperwork provided by your employer, if applicable.
  2. A valid driver’s license or other ID.
  3. Any glasses, hearing aids, or other assistive devices.
  4. List of current medications.
  5. Information about past surgeries.
  6. Immunization history.
  7. List of medical conditions and allergies.

The pre-employment medical examination is often part of the employment process and can include a drug test as well as a complete physical examination. This is usually the last hurdle a worker must pass before officially being hired in a job.

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