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Night Worker
Medicals

Under the Working Time Regulations, night workers must be provided with a free health assessment at regular intervals.

A night worker medical assessment is typically recommended for individuals who are regularly engaged in night shift work or other forms of shift work that involve working during the nighttime hours or irregular schedules. This assessment is designed to evaluate the potential health risks and impacts associated with working outside the body's natural circadian rhythm.

Why it's important

Night Worker Medicals

Long-term night shift work has been linked to a number of health problems, including heart disease, ulcers, metabolic problems, obesity and certain cancers. A lack of sleep can alter the metabolism and the appetite and encourages irregular eating habits which can raise the risk of metabolic problems. Working night shifts disrupts the body’s circadian rhythms, and this can disrupt normal behaviour cycles and lead to depression and stress.

What we look for

Occupational Health
Occupational Health Services

Other medical conditions requiring regular medication on a strict timetable

Occupational Health Services

Chronic chest disorders

Occupational Health Services

Medical conditions affecting sleep

Occupational Health Services

Stomach or intestinal disorders

Occupational Health Services

Diabetes

Occupational Health Services

Heart and circulatory disorders

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about this service

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