The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE) is a Professional Network of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. The group was founded in 1947.
Registered members of ACPOHE are physiotherapists who have demonstrated specialist competency in the fields of occupational health or ergonomics.
Simply we are Physio’s for Work and Health. We work to improve the health and wellbeing of workers so that they can do their jobs efficiently and effectively. We improve work design through ergonomics, to make work tasks comfortable and safe. An ACPOHE Occupational Physiotherapist typically can produce a return on investment for an organisation of £3 for every £1 spent.
ACPOHE members work in diverse settings, including Manufacturing, NHS, Service Industries, Offices, Retail, Healthcare, Ergonomics Consultancies, Public Sector and Private Practice. They improve the safety, comfort and performance of the working population to reduce accidents and sickness absence, improve productivity and performance. There are significant benefits to both employers and employees.
Long term absence management: Some members have specialist skills in helping people who are off work long term to return to work in a safe and sustainable way.
Become a member of ACPOHE
Associate membership is available to related health professionals that share a professional interest in Occupational Health and Ergonomics.
The ACPOHE journal Occupational Health Physiotherapy is now available in electronic format. We are making this edition free to download.
Guidance on ACPOHE 2019 Salary Scales - The recommended minimum terms and conditions of employment for ACPOHE members, be they working on a full or part-time basis. The document also gives guidance to those members who are self employed.
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Occupational Health Physiotherapist Register of ACPOHE Members
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