Wellbeing, Safety and Health survey launched

Wellbeing, Safety and Health is launching a campus-wide survey to ask for staff views about its services.

The team is beginning the process of reviewing its strategy and, as a critical part of this, is considering the way it communicates and engages with staff in the three main areas of the service – Health and Safety, Occupational Health and Staff Counselling and Psychological Support. 

Key to this is gathering insight into colleagues’ views – in particular, building an understanding of the areas where Wellbeing, Safety and Health already does well and those where it can look to improve.

The survey is open for four weeks, until Friday 9 November. Paper copies are available on request via email.

Paul Veevers, Director of Health and Safety Services, said: “Wellbeing, Safety and Health aims to give staff the best possible support, advice and guidance in a huge range of areas – for example, from fire safety to staff counselling, health and safety to occupational health, radiation to biological safety. 

“I’d like to encourage all staff to respond to this survey – we want to listen to your feedback and ensure we meet the ever-changing needs of the University.”

Survey feedback will be collated and fed into the Service Strategy, with findings informing future work. 

Wellbeing, Safety and Health is also continuing to run focus groups to assess its approach to communication, and is looking for people at all levels of the University to get involved. Email the team requesting to be added to the Priority Focus Group List if you would like to take part.

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