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Night Worker Medicals

Night worker health assessments are a highly cost-effective way to stay on the right side of the law. They can also help you support the health and well-being of your night workers.

Under the Working Time Regulations, all night workers are to be offered an initial and an annual health assessment. A night worker is classified as an individual who regularly works for more than three hours during the period 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. The assessment is voluntary and additional to any other health assessment undertaken. Completed questionnaires, are designed to identify possible areas of special need in relation to night work.

Our fee includes a certificate advising you are either suitable to continue night work, or you are unfit to continue with night work (temporary or permanent).

We can provide our services remotely or visit one of our clinic in 25+ locations across the nation.

Our Night Worker Medical Assessment service plays a crucial role in helping you comply with these regulations by assessing the health and fitness of your night workers and ensuring they are fit for their specific duties. By conducting these assessments, you demonstrate your commitment to the well-being of your night shift employees and fulfil your legal obligations as an employer.

Whats included in my nightworker medical

Our medicals include a confidential questionnaire, physical examination, and a range of health assessments, including blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

Do i need to go to you?

Assessments can be done in person or remotely,

And individualised to employer requirement

We will advise what to bring according to the type of assessment chosen.

Why should i get a night worker medical?

Is it mandatory?

The Working Time Regulations 1998 mandate that employers must offer night workers a free health assessment before they start night work, upon request or regularly thereafter. While not legally required, workers over 50 have grounds for more frequent assessments. Assessments should consider conditions, intensity of night schedule, worker well-being, and condition management. These regulations also govern the working hours of night workers, setting limits on weekly hours and requiring regular health assessments. Employers must offer assessments to night workers with health issues exacerbated by night work, regardless of request.

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Prices start from just £35!

How do i book my Medical?

Our booking process is simple!

We will need some information about yourself including an email, phone number and your home address.

Jobs covered by our medicals

Nurses are needed 24/7 in hospitals to provide continuous care to patients. Night nurses typically handle patient admissions, administer medications, monitor vital signs, and respond to emergencies during the night shift.

Security guards work during the night to protect properties, businesses, and public spaces. They patrol the premises, monitor surveillance equipment, and respond to any security breaches or disturbances.

Many customer service call centers operate 24/7 to provide support to customers at any time of the day or night. Night shift call center representatives handle incoming calls, assist customers with inquiries or issues, and process orders or reservations.

Some manufacturing facilities run overnight shifts to maximize production and meet demand. Factory workers on the night shift operate machinery, assemble products, and perform quality control checks.

Delivery services often operate around the clock to ensure timely deliveries of goods. Nighttime delivery drivers transport packages, groceries, food, or other items to homes, businesses, or distribution centers.

Hotels require staff to be available 24/7 to assist guests with check-ins, check-outs, and any inquiries or requests they may have during their stay. Nighttime front desk clerks handle late check-ins, manage reservations, and ensure the security of the premises.

In addition to front desk duties, hotels employ night auditors to reconcile financial transactions, prepare daily reports, and perform accounting tasks during the night shift.

Police officers, firefighters, and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) work night shifts to respond to emergencies and ensure public safety. They handle incidents such as accidents, fires, crimes, and medical emergencies that occur during the night.

These are just a few examples of night worker jobs across various industries. Many professions require round-the-clock staffing to meet the needs of a 24/7 society.