Anna Harrington is the Founder, Managing Director and Clinical Lead for WHIB Ltd. I have been advising organisations and employees for 20+ years on the health and wellbeing of employees. I work with a number of carefully selected and highly experienced clinical associates. I am a Nursing and Midwifery Council registered Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (occupational health) and Registered Nurse. I also have done additional training in Sleep health (American College of Lifestyle Medicine), Foundations of positive psychology, Foundations Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Mindfulness Meditation. Additionally, I am a member of the Society of Occupational Medicine, a taskforce group member - Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and multidisciplinary group member for Long Covid.
WHIB occupational health assessments combine medical evidence with assessing the employee functional capacity, work demands, positive psychology and lifestyle assessment to explore work meaning, fulfilment, motivation, limitations from ill health, treatments, lifestyle attitudes and beliefs.
WHIB occupational health assessments are 1 hour with the report writing not included in this hour. This allows for a thorough assessment, giving the employee plenty of time to explain.
WHIB approach with the organisation is supportive and collaborative. This is through pre-referral and post report conversations.
Reports are focused and clear. Advice in the report is based on medical evidence unless otherwise stated. This allows you to trust that the content and decisions made on the back of it to be defendable.
WHIB are based in the South Midlands, within reach of Daventry, Northampton, Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Rugby, Warwick, Leamington. We are not limited to these areas as we can do remote services covering the UK.
Whatever your sector do feel able to give me a call to discuss your needs.
Clare is the founder of Bespoke Wellbeing and is passionate about working with persistent pain patients with a strong focus on functional restoration and return to work treatment goals. She qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2005 and specialised in Occupational Health and Musculoskeletal care in 2007. She completed her MSc in Occupational Health (Policy and Practice) in 2014 and continues to fly the flag for Physiotherapy within the context of Occupational Health as she transitioned from the NHS to start her own business in 2014. Bespoke Wellbeing, is an award-winning Occupational Health Physiotherapy service that supports UK workplaces to reduce musculoskeletal injury, sickness absence, and presenteeism with cost-effective and quality-driven virtual and in-house physiotherapy, ergonomics, and fitness to work assessments
Jane is the founder of Adept OH. I am an experienced qualified Nurse with a specialist degree in Occupational Health. I am interested in the impact of health on work over the lifetime of an individual and I aim to provide clear and constructive advice to employers that adds value and helps to progress cases effectively. I have experience with complex case management, and I am confident in speaking with employees at any level of the business. My personal interests include gardening and walking in the Sussex countryside.
Visualise Training & Consultancy
Established in 2014, Visualise Training and Consultancy is now a leader in holistic workplace assessments for employees with sensory loss.
The company’s primary aim is to enable deaf employees and those living with hearing and/or vision loss to reach their full working potential through accessibility, inclusion and equality in the workplace.
Their workplace assessments and associated recommendations for adjustments are complemented by deaf/hearing loss, visual impairment and disability awareness training courses for colleagues, both online and in face-to-face settings.
Founding director Dan Williams has lived with sight loss since childhood so understands first-hand the challenges faced by others with sensory barriers. This translates into an empathic and solutions-based approach when enabling employees to develop both personally and professionally.
Visualise assessors have lived and/or professional experience of
sensory loss which reflects the ethos of the company.
To find out more about how Visualise can help promote independence at work for employees with sensory loss and to make a referral, visit the website here.
Karin has a wealth of experience in a variety of organisational settings from her early beginnings as an HR Officer and then Recruitment and Training Manager at Harrods in the late 80s.
Having established her HR credentials including Level 7 practitioner status with the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) she offers a broad generalist approach to organisational people needs and has worked in a wealth of different sectors with larger organisations, public health bodies, SMEs, IT, start-ups and charities. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Equality and Diversity Practitioners (IEDP), a Professional Member of Reward and Employee Benefits Association (REBA), a trained Mental Health First Aider and an accredited Prosocial Facilitator.
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Helen is the founder of HMVirtualAssistant. With over 20 years’ experience in Occupational Health administration and management, Helen takes pride in offering a comprehensive range of administrative services aimed specifically at small independent businesses in the UK.
HMVirtualAssistant is GDPR compliant, ICO registered and backed by comprehensive insurance coverage. With Helen’s expertise, dedication, professionalism and confidentiality, HMVirtualAssistant provides a seamless and reliable administrative support system.
Visit the website at www.hmvirtualassistant.co.uk