Standard Service Level Agreement Template Nhs
NHS Employers has published two guidelines (updated in 2013), Commissioning OH Services and Your Occupational Health Service, to help occupational health leaders, human resources managers and boards of directors engage OSH services and understand what contracted OHS services should do for their organisation. The implementation of Occupational Health Services will help order picking teams procure services from multidisciplinary occupational health protection providers who offer a range of skills and expertise. NHS Health at Work has introduced an ALS model that can be personalised locally for occupational health units to use with their providers. The model is currently undergoing quality assurance for inclusion in the Safe and Effective Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) knowledge management system. Their occupational health service aims to ensure that NHS organisations are clear about what they can expect from their OSH service. It also includes tips on how to monitor this service and what to do with the information to ensure that the service provides the best support to employees. Both documents support the consolidation of the occupational health services agenda. The NHS Commissioning Board (NHS CB) has published a model service level agreement (SLA) as well as guidance on achieving SLAs for CCGs that procure commissioning support services. NhS CB has asked CCGs and CSUs to accept and sign SLAs by the end of November. This will allow CCGs and UHC to finalize their human resource structures and recruit them in accordance with the national HR transition process. .