The term ‘occupational’ is used to describe people who work in the physical, chemical, biological and mechanical industries.
It’s also a broad term, used to refer to people who have some or all of the following illnesses: asthma, bronchitis, COPD, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.
The term can also be used to include people who don’t have these conditions, but who have a physical or mental illness.1:15 To get the most out of your career, you need to understand the disease and wellness of your profession.
But you don’t need to have any of these conditions to get the job done.
Here are the basics about occupational health.
Occupational wellnessThe Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) states that a person who has a mental illness or physical disability has a right to be free from workplace discrimination and to be protected against workplace harassment and retaliation.
You can’t be fired, demoted, or subjected to retaliation for reporting discrimination.
This includes people with a mental or physical condition who are seeking or have experienced occupational health and safety training.
You can also access occupational wellness through your employer or a professional association.
Your employer is the person who provides you with your workplace benefits.
The employer also has the power to set workplace policies that affect you.
Your association, or workplace health and wellness organization (PHO), can set workplace safety and wellness policies for your organization.
The PHO is the employer and is the lead agency for setting workplace policies and making sure you get the help you need.
You’ll need a lawyer to negotiate and make sure your rights are protected.
You’ll also need to get trained to work with your PHO.
Your professional association may also have a job-specific health and wellbeing program for you.
You may need to ask your PHE for specific training or help to get started, such as occupational therapy, occupational health care, occupational mobility, occupational stress management, occupational rehabilitation, occupational therapy for the blind, occupational psychology, occupational physiology, occupational nutrition, and occupational rehabilitation for the physically challenged.
The PHE will then provide you with the training and support you need, such a psychological evaluation and an occupational wellness assessment.
You might also want to hire a trained health and physical therapist to help you manage your physical and mental health and prepare for your new job.
This can help your job and your career.
If you have a mental health or physical health condition, you can also seek help from a doctor.
You may also need a referral from your local mental health professional, a specialist in occupational health, or a mental rehabilitation program for people with mental health conditions.
The National Health Service (NHS) is the UK’s health service, providing care to all adults aged 18 and over.
You need a prescription for a prescription medication to be able to get care.
You’re also entitled to health and personal support, including medication, and the NHS has a helpline to call for help.