The Workplace Wellbeing team has a role to play in many aspects of our staff members’ working life, from the quality and safety of their physical environment, to how they feel about their work. The aim is to make sure that staff are safe, healthy and engaged at work.
Wellbeing in the workplace is divided into three areas:
Looking after your wellbeing– includes disability and additional needs service, mediation, Citizens Advice Bureau (only University to have this facility on site), harassment advisers and the advice and listening service.
Workplace safety– includes fire safety, accident reporting, office safety, biological safety, radiation, hazardous substances and information about the management of health and safety.
Workplace health– includes occupational health referrals and assessments, health surveillance and disease prevention.
The College Health & Safety representative is Sue Chalder
t: +44 (0)121 414 2901