Test Assurance Group have developed a system and the software to support your commitment as a business leader or organisation to take all reasonable steps to help protect your employees, students or residents. Working together, we can ensure a smooth mass-testing rollout at your own site, keeping individuals safe and your organisation moving.
How It Works
Whatever your business or organisation, keeping your people safe and your establishment operational is a priority.
Our Test Assurance Group teams around the UK are experts in mass community testing solutions. From initial conversation through to on site testing with clinicians, we work with you to set up, organise and manage your mass testing programme.
Our unique TAG App is customisable and designed for you to be able to set up multiple test sites, on different days with different individuals. Our simple solution allows you to bulk upload your data via a CSV and set up different events within minutes.
Only you see the data and only you manage the results. Unique QR codes are created for each individual to ensure the security of the data and the integrity of the test system is maintained throughout the test process.
Testing can either be carried out on site by yourselves or we can arrange for our medically insured clinicians can do this for you, which is generally preferred by customers.
We work with a number of trusted partners all over the UK and can provide clinicians with the desired set-up and process instructions to ensure a smooth and speedy testing system for your organisation, wherever you are based.
All members of your organisation will also have the assurance of 24-hour access to medical advice post-testing should they need it.
Cliff is CEO of fast-growing Knowsley and Poland based CAL Engineering, as well as NeedleSmart.
Cliff has extensive experience in the world of engineering, technology and product development. He has worked with blue-chip companies such as Rolls Royce, Caterpillar, Tyco Inc, 3M, GKN, Volvo and Leyland Trucks, having taken direct control of several multi-million-dollar product portfolios and subsequent launches to market.
Cliff is also the inventor of the NeedleSmart MedTech device. Cliff is its driving force, leading several funding rounds for NeedleSmart, which boasts a patent family of 3, and a unique electronic coding embedded within the product and securing the IP.
Cliff is on the board of the Knowsley Chamber of Commerce and the Liverpool City Region Health and Life Sciences Board.
Before studying medicine, Dr Foster completed an honours degree in Physiology at Kings College London. Since 2004 he has trained and worked in the Warwickshire area, completing trainee periods as a junior doctor in virtually every speciality in medicine. He now works primarily as a GP Principal at Croft Medical in Leamington Spa, with nearly 17,000 patients registered.
Dr Foster has also gained a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and until September 2017, worked as a senior Staff Grade doctor in the A+E department at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, accumulating over 9 years’ experience.
Dr Foster now sub-specializes in men’s health. After realising that men’s overall health was not a dedicated specialty within medicine in the UK, Dr Jeff Foster decided to create such a position in order to assist in improving the healthcare offering that is available for male patients. He has been involved in developing and promoting Men’s Health in Warwickshire and nationally.
Bijan Sedghi is a lawyer, investor and adviser with considerable experience in healthcare, education, government and a demonstrable track record as an active principal in building engineering businesses for profit. He spent many years as an external adviser to HM Government in UK serving as a Non-Executive Director in (1) Department of Health where he was a Board Member of West Midlands Regional Health Authority and (2) Department of Trade and Industry where he was a Board Member of the West Midlands Industrial Development Board. He combined a professional career as a corporate partner in a major law firm with an industrial career as Chairman and CEO of two publicly quoted corporations in the course of which he built a listed group focused on orthopaedic implants, surgical instruments and sterilisation which was sold to overseas investors. On four occasions, companies within his control as Group Chairman and CEO have won The Queens Award for Export Achievement.
Daniel is a full member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, coupled with a solid commercial background as a Chartered Accountant having previously been a Partner with Lonsdale & Marsh, an independent firm of Chartered Accountants based in Liverpool.
Daniel’s wide breadth of experience includes directorships and advisory positions with a number of companies in a variety of sectors. Daniel graduated from Durham University with a degree in Geography in 2004 and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2010.
Tony Banks is an award-winning businessman, entrepreneur, strategist and philanthropist who is passionate about healthcare, entrepreneurship and equality.
As the founder and Chairman of Balhousie Care Group, Tony is recognised as an experienced and innovative voice in the private care sector. Balhousie, founded in 1991, now operates 26 care facilities across Scotland. As a care provider to more than 1000 residents and employer of 1500 staff, Balhousie is a leader in its field.
Tony has a portfolio of business investments across a variety of industries including funeral care, construction and property development, technology applications and medicinal marijuana. A former Para and Falklands War veteran, an ex-Honorary Colonel with Corps of Royal Engineers and a qualified helicopter pilot and instructor, he has an honorary doctorate in Business Administration from the University of Abertay, Dundee. Tony is highly respected for his leadership and tactical skills and is a passionate advocate for quality healthcare and social justice. During the Coronavirus Crisis, he has been an outspoken proponent for testing in care homes. He believes that testing across all sectors of industry is vital to kick-start the economy.