We aim to sustain and improve your health and well-being at work.
Helping staff to achieve the best balance between home and work can make a real difference to both individual staff and to the business of the University.
We are committed to providing staff with access to information on a wide range of health issues.
The University recognises the increasing demands placed on staff to combine full time work with undertaking domestic or other caring responsibilities.
A range of provision has been developed over time to help staff balance their work and home life commitments.
The Occupational Health Unit is concerned with the effects of work on health, and its staff will be pleased to discuss, in confidence, any concerns about your health and your workplace.
Please note that the Unit should not be contacted for treatments or in place of your General Practitioner (GP).
Trained First Aiders are available at all locations.
Your local First Aider can help with minor medical issues such as cuts and scrapes, and can act as a first responder in an emergency.
This article was published on Jul 31, 2012