Technip, the oil and gas engineering, technologies and services firm, has signed a three-year contract with Capita to provide a range of occupational health services for 3,000 employees.
Using Capita’s Wellness Assessment Surveillance Portal (Wasp), Technip will be able to undertake health surveillance via a set of questionnaires.
The portal will provide centralised visibility of health surveillance records to individuals and line managers.
John Walker, occupational health manager at Technip in Aberdeen, said: “The importance of health and safety is paramount for our employees and those working on the company’s behalf offshore, especially considering the environments in which they operate.
“Capita’s Wasp solution will help with the management of the general health of the workforce in an efficient and all-encompassing way.
“W a’re delighted to have appointed Capita to provide occupational health services to our employees and are confident that they offer the best solution available.”
Helen Stuart, operations director for Capita’s workplace health and wellbeing division, added: “Capita continues to look for new ways to deliver enhanced, cost efficient occupational health services to the oil and gas industry.
“Technip will see immediate results from our tailored solution and continue to benefit from the innovations Capita is developing in the occupational health arena.”
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