Your Health at Work
When you think about it, most of us spend a lot of time at work – about half the time we are awake, so, whether we like it or not, work can have a great impact on our health and future well-being.
Wellness is all about keeping healthy by adopting a healthy lifestyle to prevent avoidable illness. Make time to look after yourself. It will improve and increase the control you have over your own health.
The information supplied by clicking on the images to the right, or by clicking on any of the sections in the drop-down menu to your left, is intended to support your physical and mental well-being through a mixture of practical support, specialist advice and access to additional information.
Please contact us if you would like to make an appointment to have a chat with our Occupational Health Practitioner, Michele Lake, in Human Resources about any issues or concerns you may have regarding your health.
An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is also available and provides a confidential workplace service provided by the University to help staff members deal with work-life stressors, family issues, financial concerns, relationship problems, and other wider concerns. It is available to staff members and their families and aims to have a positive impact on their wellbeing.