Keltbray Group’s dedicated in-house health and wellbeing business, KML Occupational Health, has achieved SEQOHS accreditation. This provides independent and impartial recognition that KML has demonstrated competence to deliver against a set of standards devised by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine as a ‘Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service’.
This SEQOHS accreditation aims to raise the standards and quality of services provided by occupational health providers in the private sector and the NHS, and KML has worked tirelessly over the past two years to achieve this.
“Clients can be reassured that we meet the highest possible standards of quality in our sector. This accreditation is a badge of quality and is a testament to our people and our service, and I am incredibly proud of our Business Development Manager for KML, Adam Hodkinson, and his team for achieving the top quality standards required by SEQOHS, and now valid for five years.
“In essence, this work has helped to align our occupational health and wellbeing provision with the Government’s Public Health Responsibility Deal, which means we will now be able to broaden the scope of our business and target companies in all sectors across the UK,” said Group HSQE Director, Simon Hulme.
KML offers a modern, bespoke occupational health service, whilst acting as a consultancy in occupational health; advising clients on best practice, mandatory and regulatory requirements through policies and procedures, the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) governance and other influencing factors. KML operates using the latest technology to ensure accuracy, portability, usability and visual aids for the best patient and client experiences.
The company provides a number of different service delivery options to maximise accessibility; be it in one of its established clinics or mobile unit equipped with state of the art, readymade, clinical environment and the latest technology, or by taking advantage of its remote support options, such as online and digital portals/documents or telephone services.