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UCL Occupational Health Service: reduced service 12-17 October

6 October 2015

Between 12-17 October 2015 the UCL Occupational Health Service will be operating with a reduced service whilst we update our local Occupational Health database.

Quad Once updated, the new system will allow us to greatly improve our processes and the accessibility of health records and reporting data. It will eventually allow us to streamline current processes that currently require form filling and report generation (we will advise you again when these aspects 'go live' and come out to UCL departments to advise of changes in the process at that time).

During this period, we will not be able to offer our regular vaccination clinics or health surveillance clinics. A reduced number of management referral appointments and the physiotherapy service will still be available whilst staff undertake training, and members of the OH team will of course be available to answer queries as usual via email or telephone.

We will also still be able to see any staff or students who have developed any symptoms of allergy and undertake assessment, and the Employee Assistance Programme provision via Care first is unaffected.

Should you have concerns or have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact either myself or Alison Kenyon, OHS Practice Manager. 

Max Hill, Interim Head of Occupational Health Services, Human Resources Division