Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has over 20 years of experience delivering our eyecare services to public sector organisations including Central Government, Councils, NHS Trusts, Emergency Services and many more.
Our eyecare scheme makes it simple and straightforward for employees to access eyecare services at any one of our Specsavers stores in the UK and Republic Of Ireland.
We offer a wide range of eyecare solutions to suit all public sector requirements including VDU eyecare, safety eyecare and drivers eyecare. We have different VDU options that you can select from to provide single vision or multifocal lenses.
Our eyecare scheme is not simply about providing eye tests to your employees, we have a wealth of information that can be shared with you to educate employees on the importance of regular eyecare and offer detailed Account Management support packages.
Provides a solution for a range of occupational health services, employee assistance programmes and eye care requirements.
The available services reflect the needs and accessibility requirements of the modern and diverse workforce.This includes traditional occupational health services such as:
This agreement also offers innovative and preventative solutions such as, psychological screening and health surveillance, for a proactive approach to employee health and well-being. You will have the flexibility to choose the services that meet your specific needs.
The Workforce and Wellbeing Services Framework has been built to deliver a high quality multi-disciplinary occupational health and wellbeing services to the NHS and public organisations. This framework includes a full range of core services to manage sickness and absence management, plus an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), which provides health and wellbeing information to staff and employees. The framework for workforce and wellbeing services also includes a lot for optical services and offers SEQOHS (Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service) accredited service.
If you work for the NHS, you might wonder if this entitles you to discounted or free eyecare services.
Unfortunately, NHS staff aren’t automatically entitled to an NHS-funded eye test. However, if you meet the general qualification criteria you will be eligible for a free eye test.
Again, unfortunately, NHS staff aren’t automatically entitled to NHS-funded glasses. Some people will be entitled to an NHS optical voucher that helps to cover the cost of glasses or contact lenses.