Occupational health: A guide for line managers and HR professionals

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Occupational health (OH) services contribute to the effective management of the health of workers and workplaces, supporting employers to meet their legal responsibilities to: Provide healthy workplaces and work; Protect people’s health at work; Provide health surveillance; Adjust work for people with health problems or disabilities.

This guidance leaflet for line managers and HR professionals was produced alongside our report Occupational health: The value proposition.

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Contributed by: Ann Caluori
Authored by: Society of Occupational Medicine
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First contributed: 28 May 2020
Audience access level: Full user


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