A LEADING Aberdeen company is preparing to re-run a knowledge sharing event, due to popular demand.
Throughout the summer, RS Occupational Health’s Aberdeen clinic has been the venue for a series of ‘lunch and learn’ sessions looking at how businesses can make the most of their occupational health services provider.
Led by Dr Shirley Kong, the workshops focus on which occupational health services can be provided, when services should be engaged, important questions to ask, and how to interpret reports and responses.
And due to demand from prospective participations, the company is gearing up to repeat the session on Wednesday, October 9th between 12noon and 1pm.
Dr Kong explains: “We have had a few requests from those who missed out to hold another session during which we will share advice on how to maximise the benefits of employing an occupational health service provider. We look forward to welcoming managers who have responsibility for employee health and wellbeing.”
With clinics in Aberdeen, Great Yarmouth and Inverness, RS Occupational Health deals with clients in sectors such as oil and gas, manufacturing, transport, construction, retail, the voluntary sector and education.
The company also holds the contract to administer the registration of all oil and gas doctors, worldwide, on behalf of Oil & Gas UK.
To find out more or reserve a place, call RS Occupational Health on (0870) 050 3456 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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