Bespoke Occupational Health Service

We are not just another occupational health service
We are industry leaders




Backed With World Class Knowledge

MacOH is led by Professor Ewan Macdonald OBE, one of the foremost occupational health physicians globally who combines high level experience in industry nationally and internationally with heading up a leading health and work academic research group. He both practices occupational health and also applies the best evidence to drive MacOH Ltd.

How Can We Help?

We offer a number of bespoke services, each backed with the latest industry knowledge.

These services include: expert audit and review of existing services, policy and strategy, provision of tailored evidence based services, reduction of sickness/absence and improved wellbeing and functional capacity of the workforce.

Leading Expertise in reducing sickness, absence & maximising attendance

Maintaining function and workability

Strategic reviews and redesign of occupational health & safety services to improve organisational performance

Investigation and management of health outbreaks in the workplace eg. Asthma, Dermatitis & Cancer

Improved loss control, related to the human resource

High quality effective OH interventions, including exposure to ionising radiation, asbestos & Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome

Providing resource access to a network of the best specialists in their fields for all aspects of health work 

Further Services

International occupational health provision

Investigation and management of health concerns around a workplace eg. Legionella, Miscarriages, Cancer & other public health concerns

Cancer, skin problems, stress, back pain and other MSK problems, unusual patterns of illness

Expert pension medical advisory work

Total Care Management

Drug & Alcohol Screening

Vocational Rehabilitation

Huge network of specialists for uncommon cases

In Scotland, 21% of the workforce leave the workplace through ill health each year, and about 9% received health related benefits. Scotland has higher rates of incapacity than England. This varies with age and geography, and so extremes exist such as Glasgow, where 30% of men over 55 years of age are workless through ill health.