Creating a Healthy Workplace

Duration: 1 day course

Venues: At your own offices or our luxury training venues in Cardiff, Newport (Nr Celtic Manor), Bristol or Swindon (Please state your choice of venue when booking)

Most people in full employment spend the bulk of their waking hours in work. The workplace, both from an environmental and interpersonal context, can have a powerful effect on the health of employees. How healthy a person feels impacts on their productivity, and how satisfied they are with their job in turn
affects their own physical and psychological wellbeing. Sickness absence costs UK employers around £12.2 billion each year. The cost of making reasonable
adjustments to keep an employee who develops a health condition or disability will almost certainly be far lower than the cost of recruiting and training a new

“This course will assist managers to create a healthy and productive work environment.”

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Who Should Attend

This 1 day course will be of benefit to managers and employers who are responsible for the productivity of their staff and who would be in a position to contribute to developing strategy on creating a healthy workplace.

Learning objectives

• Understand the physical & psychological impact of
poor health at work.

• Identify and address the social issues that may be
impacting on health and wellbeing

• Identify strategies to enable employees to remain in
work and remain engaged through early intervention
and changing perceptions of the impact of work on

• Understand how to increase the health awareness of
employees and ultimately improve overall wellbeing
and productivity.

• Understand the link between wellbeing and

Course content

• Introduction to strategies and policies regarding
wellbeing at work

• Organisational Culture and Social Practice

• The impact of sickness absence on the bottom line

• The link with Health & Safety

• Physical and Psychological Wellbeing

• Assessing Risk

• Working Smarter not Harder – practical tips for

• Encouraging others to take responsibility for their
own health