Medical Conditions

Within the Transport & Logistics and Fleet sectors, it is vital that operators ensure that staff, employee and agency workers' wellbeing is assured, particularly for HGV and LGV driver,s delivering or making movements on behalf of the company.

Back & Spine

Transport industry statistics sight back pain and injuries as one of the main causes of injury in the work environment, and the second most common reason for absenteeism from work.

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Drugs & Alcohol

Understanding the signs of drug and alcohol misuse (or abuse) will help you to manage health and safety risk in your workplace.

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Eyes & Sight Testing

As a minimum legal requirement, motorists must be able to read a number plate from a distance of 20.5 metres (67 feet) and have a 120 degree wide field of view.

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Fitness & Obesity

Keeping fit is vital for good health, obesity is something that may be a cause of concern. This is when a person is carrying too much body fat for their height and gender.

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Health Standands

Medical conditions are used to describe a patient's conditions. What you will see below has been reproduced for conditions that may affect people involved in the Transport, Logistics and Fleet marketplace.

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Smoking

The Transport & Logistics Industry (especially among its drivers) has one of the highest proportions of smokers compared to other industry sectors.

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Sleep Apnoea

Sleep apnoea is when your breathing stops and starts while you sleep. The most common type is called obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA).

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Stress & Mental Health

One in four people in the UK will have a mental health problem at some point. While mental health problems are common, most are mild. Community Mental Health Program (CMHP) tend to be short-term and are normally successfully treated, with medication, by a GP.

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