Other speakers on the day included Stella Robinson, regionalOH manager with BUPA, who gave a positive case for OH; Liz Baird, HM inspectorof OH with HSE, whose presentation Revitalising OH described ways in which HSEinspectors address OH issues; Elaine Higson, director of Healthscope (UK) Ltd,who subtitled her talk on sickness absence “actively managed or politelyignored!”; and Nigel Heaton, director at Human Applications, who examinedall aspects of back care management. Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Gail Cotton, immediate past-president of the Association ofOH Nurse Practitioners, gave a presentation entitled Quality pathway for OH.She recommended discussing any OH project with management and identifying internal and external standards that relateto the activity. Previous Article Next Article Following the welcome address from Barbara Port, thechairman of the East District, Denis Cutter – regional claims director withMarsh UK Ltd – looked at different methods of handling disease and illnessclaims. Cutter explained pre-action protocol, litigation, investigation and howinsurers deal with incidents. He was followed by Roger Calvert, OH physicianwith Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, who discussed the role of OH, bothin the present and the future. Seminar addresses OH management issuesOn 1 Jul 2002 in Personnel Today The programme was designed to promote the awareness that anOH service is like any other part of a business and, therefore, needs to havetargets, structure and quality as part of its function. A host of authoritativespeakers had been assembled to get this message across. The East District of the Institution’s Midlands Branch ran aseminar in June that focused on the management of OH services in the workplace.Held at Coton House, near Rugby, the event aimed to provide an understanding ofexactly what an OH service is.