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Referral to Occupational Health for Advice Advice on Workplace Adjustments for Disabilities Health surveillance and job hazard identification at job offer Health concerns and job applicants Drivers Health Screening Health Surveillance under COSHH Regulations 2002 Work Related Immunisation Travel Health OHS Information Posters and Leaflet Food Handlers

Referral to Occupational Health for Advice
Ill health, of whatever nature, may affect work performance. If a manager has any concerns about the effects of work on an employee’s health, or the effects of a health problem on an employee’s performance or attendance they may consider refer them to Occupational Health….more

Advice on Workplace adjustments for Disability
The Occupational Health Service provides advice to UCL staff and their managers on adjustments to the work task, design or environment.....more

Health surveillance and job hazard identification at job offer
The aim of surveillance is for managers or supervisors to identify any work related health risks from the proposed employment……more

Health concerns and job applicants
If you have concerns about sickness absence or the health of an applicant once a job offer has been made, you should refer the applicant to the Occupational Health Service so that an assessment can be made……more

Drivers Health Screening
The Occupational Health Service provides baseline pre- employment/ assignment and appropriate subsequent health screening for all staff members who drive on behalf of UCL. …..more

Health Surveillance under COSHH Regulations 2002
University College London, Occupational Health Service undertakes to provide a health surveillance programme for relevant occupational groups at UCL. The occupational groups currently identified work with respiratory sensitisers and in particular Laboratory Allergens (LAA)…..more

Work Related Immunisation
Certain University staff groups may be exposed, due to the nature of their work, to biological agents which may potentially cause disease.
If, despite safe systems of work (e.g. good laboratory practice), a risk of infection is recognised and effective vaccines are available, the University will offer vaccination to those employees who are not already immune…..more

Travel Vaccines for Work and Holiday
The Occupational Health Service is able to advise staff on all aspects of work and holiday related travel health…..more and more

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