What is the difference between occupational therapy and occupational health?

Occupational Therapy is concerned with people's independence, day to day function, and ability to perform job-related activities. An Occupational Therapist will work with clients to find ways for them to function with day to day activities and doing the things that are important to them.

Occupational Health is concerned with maintaining the health of people who work at a job. It relates to preventing, recognizing or dealing with the impact of excessive exposure to chemicals, noise , heat, radiation, etc., as well as preventing disease transmission in the workplace.