Occupational Travel Health
Support the health and resilience of your frequent travellers
We understand the importance of being able to readily access comprehensive occupational travel health support, so we’ve developed a range of appropriate services that cover all stages of travel – pre, during and post, so you can cover every aspect of your employees’ journeys. Furthermore, we’ll work with you to create a customised package of complete travel health and wellbeing support that uniquely fits your organisation and the individuals within it. We can help you:
- Support travellers with pre-existing physical and psychiatric diagnoses
- Support travellers who develop travel related physical and psychiatric illnesses
- Promote wellness and the benefits of emotional wellbeing to your travelling population
Our Occupational Travel Health Services
Covid-19 Travel Testing Service
Our Covid-19 Travel Testing Service ensures travellers can get the right tests at the right time and will help to keep your people travelling smoothly.
Our testing service includes:
- PCR Testing: 24–48-hour turnaround for reporting of results
- Carrying out testing on site at location (e.g. office, factory, hotel, home) if required
- Reporting of positive results to individual, client, and required authorities
- PCR test verification service through a “self-service” portal
- Management of positive patient results and treatment advice in line with country and state guidance
- Arrangement of home test kits as required
Whether you need resources to support your in-house capabilities, or need partial or full assistance with the implementation and delivery of appropriate testing. Anvil has a dedicated panel of experienced and esteemed academic and medical microbiologists and virologists.
Travel Health Assessments
Our screening service helps to promote and protect the physical and psychological health of your international travellers (and their spouses/dependents) by carrying out comprehensive health risk assessments. These assessments provide you with recommendations on individuals’ fitness for deployment or travel and appropriate measures to mitigate against any potential health risks identified. We can also provide advice for the individuals on how to best manage issues highlighted. Further assessments are recommended during long term overseas assignments and on return from travel or overseas deployment.
Our travel health specialists will complete a full risk assessment and recommend vaccines appropriate to your travellers’ destinations and existing health status.
Malaria Medication & Testing
Anvil’s travel and tropical medicine specialists have put together an online course providing guidance for travellers to significantly reduce their risk of malaria. We can advise on medication to prevent malaria for all regions of the world.
The course takes around 15 minutes to complete. Contact us to discuss email@example.com +44(0)20 7938 4221 (UK) +1(813)514 6276 (US)
More information on the course here – https://anvilgroup.com/app/uploads/2022/03/Commercial-Summary-Malaria-eLearning-January-2022.pdf
Medical & General Travel Kits
We can advise on medicines, insect repellents, mosquito nets, first aid and travel accessories and can put together customised kits for specific trips and requirements should your travellers need more in the way of first aid and medicines.
Mid and Post-Travel Psychosocial Wellbeing Assessments
Our specialists can reassess the mental health of your team members during their deployment and on their return from work overseas. We can continue training – responding to any difficulties being encountered – before they head back and advise on further treatment to make sure they return to normal life without issues.
Pre-travel medical screening is an opportunity missed by many organisations to assess the physical, mental and emotional health of would-be travellers ahead of time. By proactively flagging any specific needs to support and promote good physical and psychological health, creating a plan and allocating the right resources, companies can enable their teams to be more resilient.
Dr Juliane Kause
Chief Medical Officer