Occupational health: A guide for workers and their representatives

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Occupational health (OH) doctors and nurses are the suitably qualified persons to enquire about symptoms, inspect or examine employees. Larger teams may include physiotherapists to help with musculoskeletal problems, counsellors to help with stress at work and OH technicians to perform lung function tests and hearing tests.

This guidance leaflet for workers and their representatives was produced alongside our report Occupational health: The value proposition.

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Contributed by: Ann Caluori
Authored by: Society of Occupational Medicine
Licence: © All rights reserved More information on licences
First contributed: 28 May 2020
Audience access level: Full user

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