Meet Our Team

Our friendly occupational health experts will be your point of contact.

Experienced, helpful staff that help you get the best out of yours.

Management

Steve Birchall

Managing Director

Steve is a certified Occupational Health Technician and can regularly be found on sites, carrying out health surveillance. With over 20 years’ experience in customer service and service delivery, Steve brings strong management and business skills to the company.

Pippa Crouch

Clinical Director

Pippa graduated in occupational health in 2007, focusing on wellbeing and preventative measures and has been published on a number of issues including substance misuse and changing culture. She holds a MA in Medical Law and a BSc in Occupational Health. She is a board member of COHPA and including, the Society of Occupational Medicine. Pippa fosters a positive culture of quality improvement and drives the clinical governance structure and process so that Global OHS can continue to provide best practice and lead quality standards.

Mandy Dale

Office Manager

For the last twenty years, Mandy has worked in many organisations, from Hotel Management to Childcare practitioner. She feels passionate about mental health, movement and wellbeing and feels the movement is often the key to unlocking a feeling of being stuck or resisting.

Rosalind Clarke

Change Consultant

I have a background in International Development. I have worked in a number of NGO's and Government Agencies both overseas and in the UK. My more recent experience included large Change Management assignments for the UK Government International Development sector and Save the Children in Africa. I am supporting Global OHS to continue to improve their platform to deliver health services to the highest standard. I am proud to support our high quality Global Health Team

Practitioners

Karin Fletcher

Clinical Nurse Manager

Karin has a medical background in high dependancy cardiovascular care and travel medicine, working across Sweden, Thailand and England among other countries. She is focused on improving workplace health and wellbeing and has run and implemented workshops on the subject.

Naomi Uludamar

Occupational Health Advisor

With a background in general surgery, Naomi has worked in a variety of settings, including government, private and corporate sectors in the UK and overseas, with extensive experience and knowledge in primary healthcare nursing and report writing. More recent experience includes undertaking functional assessments for the UK government and working in an NHS occupational health setting.

Vicki Loh

Occupational Health Advisor

Vicki started her career as a dental nurse, undertook general nurse training (becoming the shortest nurse to ever qualify and the first to be taken on at the hospital straight from training. Since then she has worked in a variety of areas in OH and loves the fact that you never know who will come through the door.

Alex Rhind

Occupational Health Nurse

I have over 10 years experience in the mental health field. I began my training as a mental health nurse in 2011. My career has been in inpatient acute services where I have looked after people in a variety of settings. I have a drive and passion for innovative interventions and holistic treatment via evidence-based and person-centred care nursing practices. My experiences have allowed me the opportunity to have a good understanding of complex mental health conditions and the impact that stress and trauma can have on people during every day life events. I have extensive managerial experience, starting out as a charge nurse on a busy assessment ward, to ward manager, responsible for 30 staff and 16 patients. I then progressed to a modern matron, responsible for 4 inpatient units, over 100 staff and 70 patients. I now work in Sussex overseeing a number of different inpatient wards. I understand the challenges and complexities of leading teams, particularly through highly stressful times whilst maintaining safe and effective practice. I ensure teams are well supported through the development of an open culture, which promotes learning, with clear processes and governance in place. I am an occupational health nurse working for Global OHS. I have a passion for the well-being and care of people within the workplace, with a focus on the promotion of good mental health.