The Network is the voice of NHS occupational health services and is seen as to ‘go-to’ organisation for comment on NHS OH matters.  We have developed good working relationships with key organisations such as NHS England, Public Health England, SEQOHS, NHS Employers, FOM, SOM, the Council for Work and Health, the National School of OH and the Faculty of OH Nursing.  

The aim is for everyone working in occupational health in the NHS to be involved in the Network so that we can represent your views and you can have access to the wide range of benefits it provides.

Members are represented by an elected regional representative on the Network Board. For more information about our Constitution and governance arrangements see How we operate.

Membership Fees

The membership categories and fees are detailed on the attached form.  The advertised early-bird rate is available until the end of April and will then rise to the standard published rate. Membership applies to the department and all OH team members are automatically members.  

How to Join

If you are interested in joining the network, please download and complete the application form and e-mail to admin@nhshealthatwork.co.uk

Types of Membership

Full - Full membership is available to a provider owned and operated by a statutory NHS organisation in England, which is either fully SEQOHS accredited or registered and working towards accreditation including the NHS standards.

Associate – Subject to individual approval by the Board, Associate membership is open to:

  • Any social enterprise OH provider with an NHS background, which is fully SEQOHS accredited including the NHS standards and contracted to provide all core OH services to a statutory NHS organisation in England, or...

  • A University owned Occupational Health provider, which is fully SEQOHS accredited including the NHS standards and supports health care students in an NHS setting, or…

  • An NHS owned and operated provider in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, which is either fully SEQOHS accredited or registered and working towards FOM accreditation including the NHS standards, or...

  • A public sector, national NHS-related organisation (eg. Public Health England), civil service, local government or healthcare charity which is either fully SEQOHS accredited or registered and working towards accreditation including the NHS standards, or...
  • Any other organisation involved in deliering occupational health and/or wellbeing services for NHS staff 

If you have an interest in NHS occupational health services but are not eligible to join as a member, why not register to receive our monthly e-bulletin.