Corporate Eyecare

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Corporate Eyecare

At Boots Opticians, we know you need a simple way to provide eyecare to your employees'. We want to make life easy and help you control costs.

Our scheme is so easy to use, with nothing to pay upfront – you don't have to buy any costly vouchers in advance. You simply supply a Boots Corporate Eyecare voucher to your employee and leave the rest to us.

If you'd like to discuss the scheme and how Boots Opticians can work with your business, or you need further information, then please contact us on 0115 959 1279 or email employee.eyecare@boots.co.uk.

Benefits of the Boots eyecare scheme:

  • Virtually no administration

  • No payment up front and you won't be left with vouchers you can't use

  • Easy to control costs:


    1. Eye check including digital retinal photography for only £10

    2. VDU glasses (Visual Display Unit - the monitor of your PC) from as little as £25 (single vision)

    3. Safety glasses from £40 (single vision)

  • Branches nationwide

  • Thorough and professional eye examinations from experienced Optometrists

  • Easy to explain to employees

  • One of the most trusted names on the high street

  • Easy to operate if you have multi site locations


Why does your company need corporate eyecare?

In 1992 Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations were introduced to improve conditions for all employees who work with Visual Display Units (VDUs) and who require safety glasses.


What does this mean for your business?

The welfare of your employees' eyesight is your responsibility. The Boots Opticians Corporate Eyecare scheme can ensure that your legal requirements are met, whilst offering a benefit that many employees value highly as part of their employee benefits scheme. Your company is obliged to provide the following for employees who regularly use VDU (computer) screens at work:

  • A full eye examination from a qualified Optometrist

  • Subsequent eye examinations at regular intervals as specified by the examining Optometrist (normally every 2 years)

  • Basic VDU glasses (this could mean single vision, bifocal or varifocal glasses) if they are found necessary for VDU work and / or

  • Basic safety glasses (this could mean single vision, bifocal or varifocal glasses) if they were found necessary for work undertaken.

If you would like to discuss the scheme or need further information, then please contact us on 0115 959 1279 or use the link below to complete an email enquiry form (or email employee.eyecare@boots.co.uk).


Boots Opticians Corporate Eyecare email enquiry form


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