How to deal with stress in day to day life
Stress is a normal response to stimulus, and we all need a certain amount of it to survive. When stress builds up or continues long-term it can then become a negative, and have a major affect on both our physical and mental health.
The Occupational Health Service at the University of Plymouth aims to promote and maintain the health, safety and welfare of staff.
Expectant and nursing mothers
We provide advice to managers regarding issues of risk to health that could arise in the course of work and make recommendations on work that may adversely affect an individual.
Your health and computers
Frequently asked questions about how working with computers affects health.
How we protect the health of staff exposed to certain risks.
Staff help and advice
Helping University staff to protect their health at work, assess fitness for work and manage health issues effectively.
Occupational health appointment FAQs
Find answers to your frequently asked questions.