The Occupational Health Unit is part of the Health and Safety Department providing a service which is independent, impartial and confidential.
The Unit's services are available to benefit employees and employer alike.
- Occupational Health Manager
- Senior Occupational Health Adviser
- Occupational Health Physician
- Occupational Health Adviser
- Occupational Health Unit Secretary
The Occupational Health Unit is part of the Health and Safety Department providing a service which is independent, impartial and confidential, and the Unit's services are available to benefit employees and employer alike. Occupational Health staff will be pleased to discuss, in confidence, any concerns about your health and your workplace.
Please note, however, that the OHU should not be contacted for treatments or in place of your general practitioner (GP).
Full Health and Safety Department Organisational chart is available below.
Health and Safety Department
The Health and Safety Department is part of the Corporate Services Group and provides expert guidance and advice on all aspects of occupational safety and health to the entire University community, to ensure compliance with relevant legislation, the University Health and Safety Policy, and current best practice, across the wide range of activities undertaken by the University.
The Health and Safety Department consists of the Health and Safety Office and six supporting units:
- Biosafety Unit
- Fire Safety Unit
- Occupational Health Unit
- Occupational Hygiene Unit
- Radiation Protection Unit
- Training and Audit Unit
Corporate Services Group