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Protect yourself, your business and your employees today with OHP COVID Testing services.
OHP are a global leading medical company providing excellent service, mostly serving people all over the UK and in Nigeria. With our specialist team we are able to provide reliable information to our patients due to the level of expertise and knowledge within the industry. We are proud to have helped support various businesses in different industries since this pandemic started. Therefore we are here to help minimise risk by protecting your workforce. Carry on reading to find out the different services available to find which is most suited to you.
Social distancing and newly enforced hygiene policies may not be enough to help prevent outbreaks within the workplace. The pandemic has shown how fast the virus can be contracted, therefore it’s not easy to say who has and has not got COVID. In most cases employers are protecting both their businesses and the wellbeing of their staff through regular testing. This is something the majority of businesses will be complying with to avoid risk to the business as well as to prevent exposure further to those employees who haven’t contracted the virus.
How do I test my employees for COVID?
By confirming COVID- 19 infection you and your staff can make accurate, assured decisions about sick leave, self-isolation and support. There are two types of testing available with OHP, they include both the PCR test and the antibody test. There will be more information on them both below…
You and your workforce are in good hands with OHP, we promise to deliver excellent service and exceed your expectations as we understand how stressful it can be to manage a workforce during these unprecedented times. Book your workforce with OHP today to identify Covid 19 amongst your organisation and act fast to prevent further spread, avoid risk to both clients and service users.
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Guidance on the current pandemic is constantly changing therefore it is vital we stay up to date by visiting the NHS guidance on the official site and advice on 111.
Please also note, SARS CoV-2 is a Notifiable Disease, meaning it is a positive antigen test (current infection) therefore it should be should be reported to Public Health England