Occupational Health is concerned with the relationships between health and work:
- effect of health on work - does your health make it difficult to do your job or particular aspects of your job?
- effect of work on health - are there elements of your job which could put your health at risk?
Occupational Health is concerned with the relationships between health and work: the effect of health on work and the effect of work on healthFind out more
How to get in contact with the Occupational Health Service by telephone or emailFind out more
Further information regarding the display screen equipment policy, training and eyesight testingFind out more
Health surveillance is carried out to look for health conditions which can arise as a result of workFind out more
Health assessment is carried out to ensure an individual is fit for the role they are employed to undertakeFind out more
Teacher Trainee "Fitness to Teach"
There is a requirement under legislation for all Teacher Training course applicants to be assessed for "Fitness to Teach" by Occupational HealthFind out more
The Occupational Health Adviser (OHA, who is a nurse) and Occupational Health Physician (OHP, who is a doctor) owe you a duty of confidentialityFind out more