Health and Wellbeing
Swansea University is committed to protecting the health, safety and welfare of our employees. We have a variety of services who can offer you advice and practical help across a wide range of personal and work-related health issues.
Below are some useful links for various health and wellbeing services available through the University:
- Occupational Health Centre
- Staff Counselling Service
- Health and Wellbeing Policies
- Medical Centre
- Health & Wellbeing Academy - which includes an Audiology Clinic, Osteopathy Clinic, Midwifery and Parenting Centre and Post Bereavement support groups to children and young people who need post bereavement support in the Swansea area
- Health & Safety - provides advice, guidance and practical support for all safety, health and environmental issues to staff and students
- Sports Centre - gym membership for staff
In addition anyone living or working in Swansea, Neath, Port Talbot or Bridgend, who is employed or self-employed and works 16 or more hours per week can access the In-Work Support scheme, which is an external service based within the ABMU Health Board, that offers free and confidential support to people who are struggling at work, or who are absent from work due to musculoskeletal or mental health problems, or as a consequence of drug or alcohol misuse. To access the scheme, colleagues can self refer via 0845 601 7556 / firstname.lastname@example.org or liaise with the University’s Occupational Health Service who can arrange a referral.