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Agilis partners with leading safety training experts RelyOn Nutec

We are excited to announce that we recently committed to a six-figure investment to acquire the UK occupational health division of a global safety training and competency company, RelyOn Nutec.

We’ve now taken over the delivery of the corporate health services at RelyOn Nutec’s training centres in Aberdeen and Teesside.

Five employees, including nurses and physicians, have transferred across to work for Agilis, to ensure a smooth and effective transition period for our current clients.

Looking back, we’re incredibly proud of how much we’ve grown over the last couple of years. We launched back in 2020 and initially focused on COVID PCR, antigen analysis, and international travel.

We’ve grown to be a seven-figure turnover business, delivering a fully managed service on an international basis for occupational health, corporate health and wellbeing.

The partnership with RelyOn Nutec is a collaboration between two organisations focussed on best practice in health and safety.

Our team of 15 employees and expert associates in legal, HR, clinical governance, UKAS/ISO accreditation, and nursing, work hard to ensure that everyone is fully compliant over and above local, national and international requirements.

Mike Eriksen, Agilis Health Chief Executive, said: “Taking on the management of the two clinics in Aberdeen and Teesside gives us a UK footprint as an occupational health and corporate health and wellbeing provider.  RelyOn Nutec’s approach to best practice in the safety industry is a great match to our own business and service culture in the healthcare screening and diagnostic channel. I have no doubt that both companies and its customers can benefit significantly from this collaboration.

“We have enjoyed a hugely successful first two years in business and our cross border fully managed health and wellbeing service now offers a totally fresh approach for the corporate market to ensure that all personnel are fully compliant in terms of local, national and international health and safety. Operating from RelyOn Nutec’s UK centres allows companies and individuals to secure health screening and safety training in one place.”

Commercial director at RelyOn Nutec (UK), Lee Fenton, added: “We are currently expanding our renewables offering and continuing to focus on our digital journey as our customers move through energy transition.  The agreement with Agilis allows us to streamline our operations more efficiently and focus our staff where we need them the most, delivering market leading workforce management solutions and advanced learning platforms.

Historically, our customers have been primarily oil and gas focused but as we move into new sectors, they now require greater flexibility in terms of both location and the services on offer. This partnership will ensure that they continue to receive the same high standard of occupational health support whilst having access to additional corporate wellbeing services across the whole of the UK.”

In addition to a traditional occupational health service, we will deliver a full corporate health and wellbeing package on a managed service basis. This includes but is not limited to: travel health, drug and alcohol consultancy and screening, health surveillance, the full scope of work related and executive medicals, management referrals, and Covid screening, along with guidance for mental health and stress related absence.

We have plans to develop the fully managed service across an international market, as well as the UK, with a focus on energy and maritime locations, including Mexico, Brazil, the Middle East, Singapore, Malaysia, and the United States where we already has a Houston, Texas presence.

If you’d like to find out more about our occupational health services and the recent partnership, feel free to get in touch.

(L-R) Lee Fenton, Commercial Director at RelyOn Nutec, Catherine Liebnitz, UK Operations Director at RelyOn Nutec, Lorraine Clark, Clinical Field Operations Manager at Agilis and Mike Eriksen, Agilis CEO