Workplace Flu Vaccines

Season Influenza Vaccines

Why Is A Flu Vaccine For Your Employees Important?

Your employees can receive a flu vaccine at your workplace, which will help them avoid suffering the effects of influenza.

On average, people who get flu shots are 40% more likely to stay healthy over the winter months, according to the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention).


Hearing Tests

Workplace Hearing Tests (Audiometry)

Noise is part of everyday life but loud noise can permanently damage your hearing.

If your employees are working in an environment where they’re exposed to loud noise, workplace hearing tests and conservation program can assist in determining their exposure to risk.

Lung Test

Lung Function Tests

Workplace Lung Function Tests (Spirometry)

Good Health is Good Business.

Occupational asthma and many other forms of workplace based lung / pulmonary / breathing problems are preventable by wearing masks and respirators when exposed to respiratory hazards.

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Health Checks

Why Are Workplace Health Checks Important?

Good Health is Good Business.

Investing in the health of your employees makes good business sense.

Employers can also create significant competitive advantage by improving their ‘Employee Bran


Alcohol and Drug Testing in the Workplace

Why Is It Important?

A drug and alcohol free workplace is a vital component of a safe work environment, and is essential to the health and wellbeing of employees and employers.


Computer Workstation Assessments

Why Are Workstation Assessments Important?

A computer workstation assessment is an assessment of your employee’s computer workstation and the tasks that they carry out, relative to their personal abilities.

The aim of the assessment is to identify, analyse and mitigate any risk factors which may be causing current or future health problems, or may be reducing work performance.

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Workplace Vision Tests

The Importance of Eye Safety At Work.

A vision screening program is implemented where employees are exposed to visual hazards