We provide a dedicated and tailored legal advice support service for Occupational Health Physicians.
We provide guidance and support to Occupational Health Physicians in relation to their duties, obligations and in relation to best practice in dealing with employers and employees.
We frequently provide Occupational Health Physicians with advice and support with regard to areas such as the appropriate drafting of medical reports, confidentiality, data protection and medical ethics issues.
We are familiar with this area from the point of view of the employer, the employee and the Occupational Health Physician and are therefore very well positioned to provide practical and tailored advice on the issue. Our experience includes:
- Drafting of terms and conditions of engagement between Occupational Health Physicians and Client User Organisations
- Consent, privacy, data protection and medical ethic issues
- Expert witness evidence to include report drafting
- Medical Council Issues
- Medical Partnerships
- The use of private investigators in an employment context
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