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Early
Intervention

Early intervention is key in the case of sickness absence. Evidence shows that absentees who are called by Occupational Health on the same day return to work quicker than those called on subsequent days.

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A timely
response

Early intervention is good for both employer and employee. By addressing problems early, underlying or developing health conditions may be spotted at a stage where it is easier to treat them. The employee benefits from help, support and immediate medical advice while the employer is likely to see the employee return to work sooner. Early intervention demonstrates that the employer cares about the health of their workforce and can lead to life-changing medical interventions.

 

Stats that matter

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Individuals are signposted to supportive measures/help and/or EAP service.

Return to work rates after absence of 4 weeks or longer:

  • Musculoskeletal – 85%

  • Back Pain – 82%

  • Stress – 80%

  • Mental Ill Health – 75%

  • Acute Conditions – 66%

  • Other – 78%

We report on

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Lifestyle/wellbeing general advice

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Whether any adjustments are required to enable a return to work

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Whether the condition is likely to be work related

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Whether there is any further support that would benefit them (eg. access to EAP service)

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Any treatment being received

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Approximate length of absence

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