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Rehabilitation Programs

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Rehabilitation Programs

Rehabilitation programs are designed to ensure a safe plan of returning employees back to their normal role following an absence.

There is a legal requirement under the Equality Act to make reasonable adjustments (you do not have to create a role, but must assess all the company) to support an employee with certain medical conditions to return to work in a safe manner. Also under the Health and Safety at Work Act, companies have a Duty of Care to ensure employees’ health is not affected by the work they carry out.

A rehabilitation program usually lasts around 6-8 weeks and can include:

  • Reduced hours building up slowly to normal contractual hours
  • Reduced work activities such as no working at heights, no lifting, no repetitive tasks
  • Temporary or permanent restrictions
  • Job redeployment advice

Typically a rehabilitation program will start with a management referral. Call or contact us to find out more or to book your management referral to begin rehabilitation for one of your employees.

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Ray Hurst
October 16, 2018

President of IOSH 2008, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health

I am pleased that you are helping dispel some of the dafter myths that surround OH&S (a passion you and I clearly have in common) and the item clearly indicates that as with so many of our professional colleagues you are not about stopping fun on the pretext of H&S. It is only with the help of people such as yourself that we will eventually get the message across that OH&S is about bringing (as you so aptly put it) purpose and value to peoples lives

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