Great Yarmouth Clinic Celebrates Fourth Anniversary
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RS Occupational Health's busy Great Yarmouth clinic has just celebrated its fourth anniversary with news of further expansion into emerging markets.
To date, a programme of ongoing investment has included expansion and refurbishment of the clinic as well as growing the range of services available to include Offshore Medicals (Oil and Gas UK, Norwegian and Dutch), ENG 1 Seafarer medicals (Maritime and Coastguard Agency MCA), Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome assessments (HSE accredited) and Radiation, Lead and Asbestos medicals.
In addition, steady growth has enabled RS Occupational Health to create jobs in Great Yarmouth, with three new staff added in 2012 and further additions expected during the remainder of this year.
Figures for business conducted in the Great Yarmouth clinic show a 50% growth in revenue and these are on track to grow further by the end of the current financial year. Client numbers at the Great Yarmouth clinic are also up more than 60%.
Following aware-raising among agricultural companies about employee health, RS Occupational Health is experiencing a sharp upturn in demand for agricultural medicals in the Norfolk area.
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The Great Yarmouth clinic has also secured a first for the company by winning a contract to provide medicals for personnel working on offshore wind farms in a move which underlines the importance of RS Occupational Health's tailor-made services.
Chairman Fiona Sommerville explained: 'Our business in the renewables market continues to grow and we are delighted to secure this contract to deliver these medicals which have been designed to take account of all guidance for people working in these conditions.
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'Working in conjunction with the employer and using our experience gained through the evolution of offshore medicals, we have been able to create a bespoke medical which goes beyond the scope of current guidance and design a medical which underpins the employer's duty of care as well as adhering to industry guidance in this emerging market.'
To find out more visit www.rsoh.co.uk or call (0870) 050 3456.
For more information on the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce and their business to business exhibition, visit www.edp24.co.uk/business/norfolk-chamber-of-commerce or www.norfolkchamber.co.uk.