Health at Work
Resources on this page aim to help you maintain your health at work and assist supervisors/managers in their role.
if your job involves regular work with a computer (an hour or more daily)
please refer to the guidance and training accessed from our DSE page
Access to work will help with workplace adaptations in some circumstances.
Employees need to refer themselves to the service which is government funded.
Mental Health assistance
Support and advice for individuals who have problems affecting them at
work is available from Remploy
The University has a team of Mental Health First Aiders across the Campus who can help with advice and signposting for staff members and students who are experiencing emotional or mental health distress. The aim is to provide reassurance, promote and support the safety of the individual, and to signpost to professional help and support.
Information on the location and contact details for the University’s Mental Health First Aiders can be found here:MHFA
Stress - if you feel that you are becoming concerned about aspects of your personal or
work life our Stress page has information which may help you.