Staying Healthly at Work Staying Healthly at Work

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A programme to improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of employees across the east of England.

Staying Healthy at Work will help your organisation:

  • Enhance productivity 
  • Reduce sickness and absence rates 
  • Improve employee engagement 
  • Increase customer satisfaction

Accreditation & Award in Health & Wellbeing

The Staying Healthy at Work programme offers organisations three different progressive Health and Wellbeing accreditation options; the Framework for Action, aSHaWd and the Health and Wellbeing Good Practice Award. See our accreditation pages for more information These accreditation options reflect an organisations’ commitment to the health and wellbeing of its staff and, through work undertaken to achieve accreditation, can help reduce sickness, improve productivity and quality of service.

Key contacts:
A Cooper
Carly Smith

Business in the Community is working to support Staying Healthy at Work in the private sector. A series of master-classes focusing on the business case for health & wellbeing in the workplace are scheduled over the next year.

Key contact:
D Christopher 

NHS & Network Champions

Each NHS organisation in the east of England has a nominated Health and Well-being Champion to help improve the over-all health and well-being of the NHS workforce within the region.

A comprehensive package of central tools and support is provided to support the Champions in this role

Key contacts:
A Cooper  
Carly Smith

Occupational Health

Our aims are to review and develop a pro-active and engaged Occupational Health service whose provision incorporates (for example); early detection through life-style checks, direct access for muscular skeletal disorders and mental health first aid, and prompt interventions.

Key contact:
A Cooper

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