Oil & Gas/Offshore Energy OEUK

An Offshore Energy UK medical is an assessment of fitness to work offshore in UK (and Norwegian waters since 2013). Both Dr Hunter and Dr Ledger carry these out. This is a non-NHS service and the fee for this medical is £140.00. 

‘Fitness to Train’ medicals are available during the medical as an additional service. If you require additional tests, this may carry an additional fee (including ERT (see below)). 

** If you are having a ENG1 seafarers medical carried out at the same time, a discounted rate of £40 applies

Following passing the assessment a certificate will be issued in accordance with OEUK Medical Aspects of fitness for work offshore: Guidance for examining physicians (2008) and are valid for 2 years unless a restriction applies. Please allow 60 minutes for your medical.

What to bring to your OEUK medical appointment: 

    • A form of photo ID (passport, driving licence, or a discharge book)
    • Your current OEUK certificate (if applicable)
    • The name, address and contact details of your GP
    • Any correspondence from your GP, if you’ve recently been to hospital
    • A list of any medications you are taking
    • Your glasses/contact lenses (if you wear them)
    • A fresh urine sample

A standard OEUK Medical examination will include:

    • Questions on your medical history, drinking habits, etc.
    • Measuring your height and weight
    • A urine sample (to test kidney functionality and blood sugar)
    • Listening to your heart and lungs, testing blood pressure and heart rate
    • A standard eye test
    • A colour blindness test
    • A hearing test (formal audiogram)
    • Lung function test – peak flow
    • YMCA step test (a measure of cardio-respiratory fitness like the Chester Step test)  The medical will last around 30-45 minutes

      To book an appointment for an OEUK medical, please contact the surgery on 01292 281439.

      Fitness to Train (Standalone £40 or additional £30 as part of OEUK Medical)

      This is a medical designed to test your ability to undertake on shore CA-EBS (compressed air emergency breathing system) training and make sure you have no- contra-indications for breathing compressed air during BOSIET, HUET or FOET courses.  It comprises a questionnaire on ear nose and throat and respiratory function and may include spirometry (test of lung function).

      ERT Certificate (£190 including OEUK Medical)

      To be a designated member of an Emergency response Team more stringent cardiovascular and weight rules apply.

       

      Please note in the event you do not pass your medical then we cannot refund your fee.

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