Working Well helps employers promote and protect the health and wellbeing of people at work, offering independent advice to both managers and employees on health, the working environment, health risks associated with the workplace and any occupational implications.
As an NHS occupational health provider Working Well are concerned about the effects of work on your health, and the effects of health on your business. Working Well's approach is founded on a growing evidence base that working is good for our health. They aim to support you to sustain a happy, healthy and productive workforce.
Who uses Working Well services?
Predominantly service users are managers and employees of organisations from both the public and private sector, including the NHS. Their client list is increasing all the time so please contact Working well if you are unsure if your company already engage with them, or if your organisation would like to partner with Working Well in the future.
How can Working Well help?
Working Well can offer a range of services such as New Employee Health Assessments, Case Management (Manager and Self Referrals), Health Surveillance (Audiometry, Spirometry, Hand Arm Vibrations Syndrome Assessments etc), Drivers Medicals, Immunisations Services, Health & Wellbeing Promotion and Counselling. Different levels of service can be tailored depending on your needs and the inherent risks within your workplace.
Working Well's team
Established over 30 years ago the Service brings together a diverse multidisciplinary team of occupational health practitioners and administrators, appointed based on their qualifications, experience, and potential to excel in the specialism of occupational health. All practitioners have the required skills, competency and experience to effectively provide high quality occupational health services to the levels expected by commissioners. Working Well have developed tools and approaches that will benefit your business, whatever your sector.
The Occupational Health team consists of Occupational Health Physicians (OHPs), who are medically qualified doctors with post graduate specialist training in occupational medicine and members of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine. All Occupational Health Nurses are professionally registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and some nurses hold additional specialist training in occupational health nursing which makes them eligible for registration on part 3 of the NMC register. Working Well also benefit from a team of in-house Physiotherapist Advisors and Counsellors. The Service is supported by a dedicated business and service administration team who manage the direct liaison with commissioners, employees and managers.
How do people access Working well service?
Please click here to visit the Working Well website for further information about services, accessibility and current locations. If you would like to contact Working Well please call 08454 225165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.