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  1. hi im hoping for a bit of help 15mths ago i was diagnosed with copd i informed my place of work in the last few months my symtoms have got worse i have problems with chemicals we use in work and stairs are a problem for me once again i informed work and they put me on restricted duties which have been working for me now after seeing a oh doctor who has advised that i could continue to work for yrs with the restricted duties in place now some people i work with have complained that they are having to do extra work with me on the shift it now seems work want to finish me on what they call ill he
  2. If a line-manager refers you to see a Occupational Health "advisor/doctor/specialist", regarding a (potential) medical issue/restriction, can you insist on the gender of the "advisor/doctor/specialist"? i.e. If I'm male, can I insist on a male advisor/doctor/specialist, if I'd find it easier to talk to a male? If you can insist, what legislation exists? (Employment contract is silent on this issue)
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