The Employee Health & Wellness Platform

Annual Health Check for Employees

An organisation’s workforce is its most important asset, so it makes sense for managers to do what can be done to detect illness and promote health and wellbeing. And keeping employees healthy and productive arguably makes sound financial sense.

Benefits to individuals:

  1. Access to health information.
  2. Reduced health risks.
  3. Improved performance.
  4. Better mental health.

Benefits to organisations:

  1. Reduced sickness absence levels. Greater staff satisfaction.
  2. Reduced turnover of staff.
  3. Improved productivity.
  4. Improved morale and loyalty amongst employees
  5. Improved team-working.
  6. Health screening demonstrates that employers care about their staff and are dedicated to helping them stay healthy.

At m16.health we facilitate

  • Pre-employment health checks to new employees to identify any health issues that may require the employer to provide support.
  • Health surveillance and ongoing health checks that may be required by law for employees exposed to particular substances or hazards in the workplace.
  • Government Mandated  health checkups that are mandated by the Government or Government bodies.
  • Health checks/lifestyle assessment & general health checks offered as part of a workplace wellness programme

An organisation’s workforce is its most important asset, so it makes sense for managers to do what can be done to detect illness and promote health and wellbeing. And keeping employees healthy and productive arguably makes sound financial sense.

Health checks/lifestyle assessments usually comprise of a combination of tests, which aim to give an individual a general overview of their health status and help to detect disease or risk factors early.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) identifies eight key risks factors to health, all of which could be addressed in a health check:

  • Smoking
  • High cholesterol
  • Drinking alcohol.
  • High blood glucose.
  • Obesity.
  • Poor diet.
  • High blood pressure.
  • Lack of exercise.

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