NHS Highland Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service

Written on May 14, 2019

During a customer visit last week Alastair travelled to Inverness and met with Debbie Miller (Business and Information Manager) at NHS Highland Occupational Health Department. The meeting was to assist Debbie and the team in preparing for the launch of the eOPAS online portal.

Alastair and Debbie spent some time discussing the various different options to configure the portal to make it the most efficient and effective for their organisation.

Many of our customers utilise the portal for Management Referrals, Pre-Placements, Health Surveillance, Customer Satisfaction Surveys, Self-Referral, Pre-appointment Questionnaires, Night Worker Assessments and so much more. Therefore we know the Occupational Health team at NHS Highland will love the benefits that the eOPAS portal will bring to their business.

NHS Highland Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service is concerned with the health and well-being of the working population in the Highlands of Scotland. They recognise the important benefits of work and how healthy employees contribute to a productive and motivated workforce. The service assists employers in reducing sickness absence and in meeting legal obligations under Health and Safety, Employment and Disability legislation.

Their service consists of qualified and registered Consultant Occupational Physicians, Occupational Health Nurses and Advisors, Clinic Nurses, Physiotherapists, Psychological Therapy Practitioners and Business and Administrative teams.



Warwick International have been partners with NHS Highland Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service since 1999 and our software supports evidenced based procedures towards achieving compliance with Occupational Health and Health & Safety Standards and accreditations including…

NHS Highland Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service is recognised for Occupational Medicine training by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians (FOM).

NHS Highland Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service have achieved SEQOHS and have maintained accreditation since 2014.

Management of Health at Work Knowledge (MoHaWK), is a national clinical audit tool which measures and benchmarks practice and processes in order for services to identify if improvements are required.