Medical certificate of fitness for offshore work issued in accordance with UK oil and gas guidelines

Please read the following information carefully.

The medical examination will always include the following:

  • Photographic ID of the examinee
  • A comprehensive medical, social and occupational history
  • Audiometry
  • Urinalysis
  • Visual Acuity
  • Body Mass Index (BMI)
  • Appropriate clinical examination
  • Further investigations (e.g. blood tests, electrocardiograph (ECG), spirometry) may be required to clarify findings but are not a routine requirement

Every person must be examined prior to employment offshore and thereafter at 2-yearly intervals.

Following sickness absence due to significant injury or illness, or following evacuation from an offshore installation for medical or dental reasons, an individual's medical or dental fitness must be assessed and he/she should not return offshore until certified as medically fit to return to work offshore by an Oil & Gas UK approved physician. This assessment may, but need not automatically, involve further medical examination.

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Invoice can be sent to companies (please supply purchase order).

Additional Medicals

Emergency Response Teams - Certificate of Fitness to Participate in ERT Duties

Oil & Gas UK recommends that ERT members tasked with physically strenuous activities undergo regular Medical Examination and Aerobic Capacity Assessment.

The Chester Step Test is an acceptable and reasonably reproducible method. It has been determined that a VO2 max of 35mls/Kg/min is the minimum that would indicate that individuals will have a physical capability adequate for normal ERT duties (applicable to installations and locations with fixed firefighting apparatus).

Aerobic capacity assessment should be undertaken annually.


Book in combination with UKOG medical.

Certificate of Fitness to undertake 'in-water' training with PSTASS Category A Emergency Breathing Equipment

The implementation of in-water training exercises with compressed-air emergency breathing apparatus (EBS) for survival course trainees also requires the implementation of a medical assessment of trainees' medical fitness to participate in such training. A lung function test may be required.


Book in combination with UKOG medical.