NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) is fully committed to the health and wellbeing of its employees. As a health service, health and wellbeing applies as much to our employees as it does to the local population and we want to do as much as we can to enable our employees to be at their best, be energised, motivated and committed to their work.

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Reducing Accidents

Reporting Accidents and Near Misses

Risk Assessments

These play an essential role in keeping us safe.  This is done by helping us to manage and control the risk from activities we undertake.

Working in Partnership

We work in partnership with our union colleagues at all levels within the organisation to ensure our health, safety and wellbeing controls are appropriate and work effectively

Safety Training

The Health, Safety and Wellbeing Department delivers a high quality training providing colleagues with the knowledge and skill so that they can create and maintain a safe and healthy work environment helping to keep themselves and others injury free.

Blood Supply Directorate

Blood Donation, Manufacturing, Testing, Hospital Services and Logistics including Strategy and Plans, National Model Risk Assessments and Mandatory Training Presentations.

Clinical Services Directorate

National Model Risk Assessments and Strategy and Plans

Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Directorate

National Model Risk Assessments and Strategy and Plans

Encompassing the following key areas:

  • Making NHSBT a great place to work
  • Providing occupational health services to all employees as required
  • Improve colleagues access to support for disabilities, long-term health conditions, and mental health issues
  • Increasing engagement with wellbeing issues amongst colleagues, managers and leaders
  • Increasing awareness of sources of support available
  • Increasing the number of health and wellbeing initiatives that add value
  • Improved access to healthy food and drink in the workplace

Safety Leaflets - Suzy Lamplugh Trust