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These evidence-based guidelines were commissioned by NHS Plus, a government funded project, on behalf of the NHS Health at Work Network. They are designed to ensure OH practitioners provide the highest quality health at work services.
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis
- Latex allergy
- Infected food handlers
- Physical and shift work in pregnancy
- Upper limb disorders
- Varicella zoster virus (chickenpox and shingles)
Copies of the full guidelines, as well as summary information for healthcare professionals, employers and employees can be downloaded by clicking on the links.
In addition, databases of evidence based guidelines and consensus guidelines, issued by other bodies and relevant to occupational health practice are available here. Please note these were last updated in 2014.