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Offshore Energies UK (OEUK/OGUK) Medical Examination
To schedule an appointment, please action the following :
- Complete an online OFFSHORE ENERGIES UK(OEUK/OGUK) Medical Request Form per person
- Attach to this application form, a scanned copy of the relevant identification document / passport per person
- Attach to this application form, any Detailed Job Specifications / Relevant Medical Records / Previous Medical Certificate(s)
Once all of this information has been received, a representative will contact you to arrange an appointment.
The complete Medical, including the Occupational Health Examinations, X-Rays and blood tests should take approximately 1 – 1.5 hours per person.
Please bring the following items to the appointment:
- Identification Document / Original Passport
- Spectacles (if used)
- Vaccination records
- Detailed job specifications
- Relevant medical records (for any prescription medication, a recent Doctor’s report is required)
- Previous OEUK medical certificate(s)
- Please be prompt for your OEUK Medical Examination and ensure all necessary documentation is produced on arrival. Late arrival and omitted documentation will impact on your appointment schedule.
(Please note that the costs may vary depending on the medical findings or further testing requirements)
As per OEUK requirements, a BMI greater than 30, may need a stress ecg as part of the examination – dependant on other medical issues identified.
Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
Click here to download OEUK Medical Invoice– once upfront payment has been received, an appointment will be arranged and confirmed accordingly.
|Medical Examination by Doctor – per person - (excludes any referrals necessary identified during Consultation)||R1,732.50|
|Drug Screen - Test Strip||R90.00|
|Occupational Health – Audiometry, Vision Screening, Lung Function||R825.00|
|Mandatory Blood Tests||R841.50|
|TOTAL||R 4 284.00 incl VAT|
The Medical Examination, X-Rays and Laboratory tests may be paid in cash or with a debit / credit card on the day of the Consultation. We do not accept cheques nor medical aid for these assessments.
OFFSHORE ENERGIES UK(OEUK/OGUK) MEDICAL : Q&A
Do I need to make an appointment for this medical or can I just walk in ? How far in advance should I schedule an appointment ?
An appointment is certainly necessary for a OEUK medical. Generally the first available appointment will be offered. This could range from the following couple of days to the following week. To ensure timeous screening, candidates should book at least a week in advance.
What is the process for attending the medical, will it really take 1 – 1.5 hours per person ?
|Medical Examination by Doctor Excludes any specialists referrals requirements identified during consultation||Examination by Doctor||Appointment||30 min / person|
|Drug Screen & Occupational Health||Testing as needed||Appointment||20 min / person|
|X-Rays (Chest)||X-ray to be taken||Appointment||5 min / person|
|Mandatory Blood Tests||Bloods to be collected (NO FASTING NEEDED)||Appointment||5 min / person|
|Vaccines (where applicable)||Administration as needed||Appointment||30 min / person|
What happens after attending the Medical?
We will co-ordinate, consolidate and capture the result information with the following expected timeframes, allowing :
- 3 working days for obtaining blood and X-ray results
- 4 working days for consolidation, review and feedback on issue of certificate
What happens if I am menstruating or I am pregnant?
Portions of the medical examination may be delayed / need to be repeated, if traces of menstrual blood are found at the time of urine screening. If you are pregnant and do not wish to be X-rayed as part of your application, your examination will be put on hold, pending the completion of the X-ray before your OEUK medical examination can be finalised.
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