Occupational Health Service
What is Occupational Health?
'The promotion and maintenance of the highest degree of physical, mental and social wellbeing of workers in all occupations by preventing departures from health, controlling risks and the adaptation of work to people and people to their jobs.'
Professor Dame Carol Black, FRCP - Adviser to the British Government on Work and Health (2006-2016)
The University’s Occupational Health Service provides advice to managers and individuals on work related health problems and health problems that can affect work. Occupational Health is a distinct branch of health care which specialises in the relationship between work and health.
The Occupational Health Service consists of the Occupational Health Manager and a team of part-time Occupational Health Nurses. An Occupational Health Physician visits the University 2-3 mornings per week. We provide a range of Occupational Health Services. The team are here to provide support and advice on referral from Managers or HR.
All medical information kept within Occupational Health is strictly confidential. Advice to management will only include medical information with the consent of the employee but will mainly focus on advice regarding work fitness and any adjustments that that might support the employee.
Those who are pregnant and with serious health problems should take advice from a health professional and consider avoiding travel to these areas.
Others should protect themselves by using all usual bite avoidance measures and contact their GP and Occupational Health further to illness whilst away.
Ebola: Information for Universities has been provided by Public Health England Ebola Advice document from Public Health England - 16th February 2015 For more information view the NHS Choices website.
Meningitis: information for University students Signs of Meningitis information from Public Health England
Please be aware that Occupational Health does not provide General Practice services or first aid.
To contact the Occupational Health Service, please ring our Reception on 023 9284 3187 or email: email@example.com
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