Provision of Occupational Health Services Oxfordshire
The on site occupational health services required are routine medical surveillance to meet statutory and non- statutory requirements; face to face medical reviews.
Provision of Occupational Health Services
U K ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY
Open opportunity – This means that the contract is currently unfulfilled but active, and the buying department is looking for potential suppliers to contact them with bid applications.
Location of contract
Value of contract (£)
04 March 2015
02 April 2015
Contract start date
01 November 2015
Contract end date
31 October 2018
Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE) requires routine and occupational health treatment and advice services.
Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE) is the fusion arm of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. CCFE conducts leading science research mainly in the field of nuclear research. This includes working with specific routine and radiological hazards. The on site occupational health services required are routine medical surveillance to meet statutory and non- statutory requirements; face to face medical reviews; delivery of specific medical services such as vaccinations; cause drug and substance abuse testing; wellbeing clinics; provision of general guidance on occupational health and on site senior management support. Off site services required are the provision of advice to managers and the HR department on occupational health issues; pre-employment vetting of Declaration of Health forms; administration and record keeping including booking of appointments; provision of specialist services such as physiotherapy and off site support by senior management. Companies should note that there are mandatory requirements to be met for them to be considered. Further details are given within the tender but an overview is provided below. The company must have or be working towards Cyber Essentials Certification (to cover govt data protection rules); must have the appropriate medical qualifications and experience; must be able to demonstrate experience of beryllium and radiological support and must be able to provide evidence of the required insurance.
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority
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