• Engineering Staff – Health Surveillance – in conjunction with Policy 54

  • All Engineering recruits including apprentices are subject to pre-employment screening by completing a baseline questionnaire at job application stage?

  • New recruits into engineering are subject to a base line medical prior to being offered a position with the company?

  • All engineers are subject to a baseline medical and then annual screening?

  • All engineers attend a medical with the health surveillance provider every 3 years as routine from baseline medical?

  • The baseline medical (once recruited) covers:

  • General Health and Wellbeing

  • Neurological

  • Physiological

  • Hearing

  • Eye sight

  • Hand Arm Vibration

  • Respiratory

  • Skin conditions

  • Musculoskeletal

  • All engineering staff are subject to health surveillance monitoring at the frequencies and levels set out below:

  • Baseline medical

  • Tier 1 Year 1 Questionnaire

  • Tier 2 Year 2 Questionnaire

  • Tier 3 Year 3 face to face with Health Surveillance Medical Officer. (Every 3 years)

  • Lone workers and Night workers (between the hours of 23:00 – 03:00 regularly) are subject to health surveillance Baseline, Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3

  • Staff who suffer a workplace injury or long-term sickness are subject to referral to the company’s health surveillance provider?

  • Staff who are welding mild steel are subject to annual respiratory, eye and urine testing in addition?

  • Staff with reported health conditions who require reasonable adjustments are subject to referral to the company’s health surveillance provider?

  • Engineering Manager maintains a staff register for health surveillance purposes to ensure all staff receive the appropriate level of assessment from the health surveillance provider based on role? (See Appendix A of policy)

  • The above register is submitted with updates to the health provider at the end of each period?

  • All staff receive health surveillance screening at the appropriate levels for their role and risk exposure aligned to the matrix in appendix B of the policy?

  • Engineering Manager saves medical records in private personnel folder?

  • Engineering Manager records medical surveillance completion for each employee?

  • Engineering Manager records medical appointment attendance for each employee?

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