Office of Safety, Health & Environment

Introduction

The NUS Occupational Health Programme aims to protect and promote the health and well-being of its staff and students at work. The programme provides the medical surveillance requirements from the time they join the university; as they undertake different work activities and work in diverse workplaces within the university; till the time they leave the university.

The Occupational Health Clinic is situated at the basement of the University Health Centre (next to the Dental Clinic). It specialises in the provision of Occupational Health and Diving Medicine services. Some of these services are described below:

1
Fitness to work and return to work evaluations
   
2
Management of work-related injuries or diseases
   
3 Statutory medical evaluations
   
4 Ionizing and Non-ionising radiation medical evaluations
   
5 Travel medicine and vaccinations
   
6 Fitness to dive evaluations
   
7 Workplace health risk assessments
   
8 Occupational health training workshops
   
9 Respirator use medical evaluations
   
10 Medical compensation and claims


Do contact Ms Goh Sha Wee (66011781) or OH Nurse (65167333) for an appointment or if you have queries pertaining to the various Occupational Health programmes.

The Occupational Health Clinic is open on weekdays from 8.30am to 5.30pm. Physician consultation is usually available in the mornings or by appointment.

 

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