Occupational Health and Wellbeing
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Introducing the Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service
Our nationally accredited Occupational Health & Wellbeing Service is committed to providing confidential, professional and high quality care, to support and advise on the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of all its clients.
Many employers are unaware of the functions of an Occupational Health Service. We act as independent advisers to both the employer and the employee on all aspects of work that affects health, and health that affects work. This can help to improve the health and wellbeing of your existing workforce and/or any new recruits to your organisation.
The Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service provides highly experienced, qualified professionals to assist and guide you in managing occupational health and safety risks in a proportionate way, giving sensible advice and finding practical cost effective solutions to help improve your business performance.
We believe that employees are the most valuable resource of any organisation, therefore investing in the health and wellbeing of all employees is of paramount importance.
The Occupational and Wellbeing Service enjoys the benefit of a Consultant led service and an impressive Occupational Health Team, consisting of Occupational Health Physicians, Specialist Occupational Health Practitioners, Screening Nurses, a Physiotherapist, a Business and Administration Manager, and Health and Wellbeing Advisor and administrative support staff. We have well established close link with the counselling service and the Trust’s Health and Safety Team.
The service is pleasantly situated in the Courtyard Garden on the main Sandwell General Hospital site, close to many local amenities in the heart of the Black Country in the West Midlands.
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We are staffed by highly trained, experienced and qualified Occupational Health doctors and nurses. Our service can provide a comprehensive range of Occupational Health Services to ensure that you are supporting your staff in their health and wellbeing as well as complying with relevant health & safety legislation.
Occupational Health Services
The Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service is unique in many ways, as we not only provide a comprehensive proactive service, but also coordinate a range of activities. These include:
- Diagnosis and management of occupational disease
- Advice on sickness absence
- Staff immunisation
- Health surveillance programmes
- New starter assessments
- Rehabilitation advice
- Access to physiotherapy
- Health and lifestyle advice
- Access to alternative therapies
SWBH Staff Sharps/Splash injury – Act promptly
Refer to the Contamination procedure:
Encourage bleeding and wash under running water
Report to your nearest Senior Manager/Supervisor
Obtain details of the patient whose blood is involved
Call Occupational Health Service for advice and help Mon-Fri 08.30-16.30
Complete an Accident/Incident report
Out of hours:
Go to your nearest A&E for assessment
and contact Occupational Health the next working day.
The SWBH staff Health and Wellbeing agenda has had notable success in recent years with excellent feedback from staff, from partner organisations and national organisations. However two distinct strands of work have emerged which have given rise to a new strategy for 2015. This aims to use all of the health promotion work and resources available throughout the Trust with combined working, while maintaining a needs based approach and continuing to support the wider Workforce agenda, particularly attendance management and work related ill health.
Staff Only Benefits
Family friendly policies – including – career breaks, flexible working and enhanced maternity leave.
Long Service and Retirement Awards
On site Nurseries
Health and Wellbeing Including:
Occupational Health – Annual lifestyle checks
Smoking Cessation support with FREE Nicotine Replacement Therapy
Exercise initiatives and subsidised exercise classes
Free physiotherapy – self referral basis
BDMA counselling – FREE for all employees
Weight management programme
Debt Management Service
NHS staff Discounts
Medical Illustration provide passport and portrait photography
Discounted travel passes
Free eye tests and discounts with Specsavers for VDU users
Birmingham Hospitals Saturday Fund
On site garage providing servicing and MOTs
Details of salary sacrifice arrangements
Cycle to Work Scheme
On site Car Parking
Car Lease Scheme
We are staffed by highly trained, experienced and qualified Occupational Health doctors and nurses. We can provide a comprehensive range of Occupational Health Service to ensure that you are supporting your staff in their health and wellbeing, as well as complying with relevant health and safety legislation.
Services can either be provided on-site, or at one of our main hospital sites.
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For further information, please contact George Baquian, Business and Administration Manager on 0121 507 3306 or email to email@example.com
Services can either be provided on-site or at one of our main hospital sites.
Monday – Friday
08:30 – 16:30
Occupational Health & Wellbeing Service
Sandwell General Hospital
Telephone: 0121 507 3306