Examples of health topics covered
Occupational Health Services
Occupational health services benefit employers and employees by helping you to implement wellbeing programs promoting a healthy workforce and reducing absenteeism in the workplace. Calling the Adviceline is the easiest way for you to access effective occupational health services. The NHS has vast expertise in delivering health, work and wellbeing services, and you will be put in touch with your local expert occupational health advisors. Working within the NHS, they can help you with any aspect of staff health care.
Mental Health in the Workplace
Small businesses can now have access to the mental health support they need to help employees if they are experiencing mental ill health at work. The Adviceline will connect you with local mental health experts within the NHS.
Managing Stress at Work
Get advice about how to provide immediate and appropriate support to a valued employee suffering from stress at work.
Advice on dealing with Depression in the Workplace
Understand your role in assisting the depressed member of staff to get back to work. How you can give the right care, when to give it and why depressed people feel the way they do. NHS Plus Occupational Health Providers will provide you with expert advice and support so you can tackle depression at work issues.
Sickness Absence Management
Learn to manage extended periods of illness in a fair and realistic way while promoting a speedy return to work. Keeping in touch with the absentee on a regular basis is essential. The Adviceline will guide you through your role in sickness absence management.
Health Risk Assessment
A regular health risk assessment will help you to maintain a healthy workforce which helps your business to remain profitable. The Adviceline can advise you on how to undertake stress risk assessments, return to work assessments after long-term sickness absence, and ongoing monitoring of employee wellbeing.