Lorraine Clark, 47, occupational health nurse team leader at Falck Safety Services talks about her busy daily work life
I usually get up around 6.15am, have breakfast and get ready to catch the train to Dyce at 7.25am. As I live in Stonehaven, it is much easier than driving through the traffic. I arrive at Falck around 8am, and usually catch-up with e-mails and have a coffee before the first medical which is at 9am.
My mornings are varied and can consist of carrying out offshore medicals, pre-placement medicals, vaccinations for foreign travel, and carrying out drug and alcohol screening for delegates from companies who are working offshore or abroad.
At our base in Aberdeen, we can deliver more than 200 health and safety and survival courses, and with an occupational medical and health offering in-house, the centre is very busy day-to-day.