Occupational Lung Disease
Employers are required under health and safety law to assess of the health risks to workers exposed to hazardous substances, including respiratory sensitisers and irritants.
According to the Health and Safety Executive, Health risk management is about identifying and controlling health risks before they cause problems. Health surveillance is a system of ongoing health checks to monitor for work related ill health or disease.
Health and work advice involves referring employees in order to ascertain more information with regard to the way that the health of the employee may impact on their ability to work, or the effect work may have on their health.
Health assessment fitness for work is to make sure that an individual is fit to perform the tasks involved effectively and without risk to their own, or others’ health and safety.
Wellbeing is an overarching term which encompasses a range of strategies to protect and promote the health and wellbeing of your workforce.
Welcome to The Health and Work Consultancy: A company providing specialist Occupational Health Services in Cardiff, Wales & UK.
The Health and Work Consultancy is an occupational health company that delivers onsite, or pay-as-you-go Occupational Health services to customers in South Wales and throughout the UK by a team of highly skilled specialists. We firmly believe in providing companies with independent and trusted Occupational Health advice.
Occupational health is a specialist branch of nursing and medicine that focuses on the promotion and maintenance of health of the working population. We aim to find out what impact work has on employee health and make sure that workers are fit to undertake the role they are employed to do.
What our clients say…
“I have known Andy for over 8 years in my capacity as an Academic Manager at the University Of South Wales, with responsibility for the delivery of occupational health academic qualification.
Andy is an outstanding teacher. He draws on his years of occupational health expertise and really researches current evidence before he delivers a teaching session. This ensures that students are gaining advanced skills in occupational health practice.”
Caroline Whittaker, University Of South Wales