A LEADING occupational health company has consolidated its position in the Highlands and Islands by securing a contract with Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
The three-year contract with Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is worth a maximum of £40,000 over the three years accessed on a draw-down basis and will see RS Occupational Health provide services for approximately 270 staff in 14 locations as far afield as Argyll, Shetland and the Outer Hebrides. Delivery of services will be co-ordinated through RS Occupational Health’s Inverness clinic.
RS Occupational Health chairman Fiona Sommerville said: “The Highlands andIslandscontinue to be growing areas for our business and we are delighted to secure this important work with a key organisation.”
Andrew MacDonald of RS Occupational Health added: “This represents a significant change in how HIE provides occupational health services and we look forward to working with our client to achieve the best possible service for staff.”
Highlands and Islands Enterprise HR Services Manager Adrian Kitson said: “Following a competitive tendering exercise, HIE is pleased to be working with RS Occupational Health to ensure that the occupational health service available to staff meets the current needs of the agency.”
With clinics in Aberdeen and Great Yarmouth as well asInverness, 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 visit www.rsoh.co.uk or call (0870) 050 3456.