College of Life and Environmental Sciences Health and Safety Standard
- Display Screen Eye Tests
- Health and sickness absence referrals by managers
- Health surveillance
- Mental health support
- Pre-employment assessment
Guidance and advice
If you are a member of staff
If you believe you are suffering a health problem which might be linked to your work, you can self-refer to the Occupational Health Service. All self-referrals to the Occupational Health Service are treated in the strictest confidence. You are however encouraged to report any work-related health problems to your line manager. Occupational Health Advisors (OHA) will not pass any medical information to a third party without your informed consent. Any information passed to a third party with consent, can be copied to you, if you so wish.
Advice and guidance
Any member of staff can telephone or email the Occupational Health Service when seeking advice or guidance about a work-related health issue/problem.
Staff are encouraged to arrange their own appointment direct with the Occupational Health Service. This can be done by telephone or email. Staff are normally seen in the Occupational Health Unit, on the Streatham Campus. However, in some circumstances and where necessary, staff may be seen at their place of work. OHAs travel to Tremough as often as possible and will see staff based at Tremough (by appointment) on their visits to Cornwall.