Breakfast Meeting: Management Referrals
How do I write a Management Referral and ask the right questions?
OHC is to here to support you in getting it right!
Our Management Referral Briefing is a step-by-step
guide on submitting a good Management Referral.
This course has been specifically designed for Business Owners, Managers, and HR. Our breakfast briefings have had an exceptional response from everyone that attended. Come and see for yourself.
See what others think of Management Referrals
“ Worth every penny. Learnt a lot in a short space of time.”
"I’m now feeling more confident with management reports. This course has answered so many questions. "
Want to be reminded about our courses?
Frequently Asked Questions
The Government has indicated that employers may, in principle, be able to overrule a GP's advice in a fit note as to whether or not a person is potentially fit to return to work.
The purpose of a referral to an occupational health practitioner [doctor or nurse] is to provide advice and support to the employee and where agreed with the employee, their managers. This may be done by: management referral.
An employee can refuse, but they should consider that the Clinician will be unable to give any advice on any condition to the employer. That, in turn, may mean the employer will needs to make decisions in a vacuum. This often has a bearing on any management decisions.
Yes. Occupational health (OH) doctors and nurses are bound by a duty of confidentiality towards their patients, enshrined in the ethics of their professions: The professional body for OH specialists is the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.