Occupational Health, Employee Assistance Programmes and Eye Care ServicesAgreement ID - RM6182
Start date - 22/05/2021
End date - 22/03/2025
Occupational Health, Employee Assistance Programmes and Eye Care Services is designed to support employee physical and mental health and wellbeing.
Our market engagement indicates that NHS workers are expected to be referred as a result of the experience throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has changed all of our lives in so many ways and one of the main areas of concern is the detrimental impact on health and wellbeing. NHS trusts are adapting to ensure they have the services available to support employees and our framework has been developed to help you do that. The framework enables you to just select the services you need to help complement an existing in-house provision either by offering extra capacity or services that are not available in-house.
A lot for occupational health on a regional basis means you can choose a supplier that is able to provide services locally in a specific region.
- Market leading expertise
- Flexible terms and conditions
- Choice of 17 suppliers
- Public Contract Regulations compliant
- Competitive rates
- Access to commercial benefits
- Regional options
There are enhanced psychological support services available which may be of particular interest to bluelight customers or those who deal with traumatic events or material in their day jobs.
Lot 1:Occupational Health and Employee Assistance Programs
A combined Occupational Health and Employee Assistance Programme offering.Lot 2: National Occupational Health
An Occupational Health service only that can be delivered on a national basis and meets overseas requirements.Lot 3: Employee Assistance Programmes only
Employee Assistance Programmes only, delivery nationally and overseas.Lot 4: Regional Occupational Health only
Regional Occupational Health Service with seven regional sub-lots
Corporate eye care solutions
Suppliers have played a key role in supporting customers throughout the pandemic from offering mental health workshops and publishing material on dealing with an array of issues including burnout, health anxiety and stress. Our suppliers are flexible in their delivery methods and offer a remote delivery model wherever possible and clinical governance allows.
Customers will continue to have the option for services to be delivered remotely beyond the pandemic.
Appointed suppliers to this framework are required to ensure their service offerings meet accessibility requirements and any websites, portals or apps must be equally accessible by all customers.