*Statistic quoted by Dame Carol Black at a YMCA seminar, ‘All work and no play: getting your workforce active’, on 6 May 2011.
Many adults spend a significant proportion of their lives in the workplace, making it a crucial place in which to enable healthy behaviour. Addressing three , tobacco use, physical inactivity and what we eat and drink is particularly important.
We have also been a member:
We also coordinated an innovative partnership, the Health and Wellbeing Local Business Partnership, as part of the government’s Health in the Workplace Responsibility Deal.
We organise events with our partners, host expert speakers for our Workplace Health Movement members, and arrange workshops on behalf of organisations through commissioned projects and awards.
The is a networking and knowledge-sharing group for people involved in workplace health. The goal is collaboration across all areas of health at work, identifying ways to make it easier for organisations to develop and maintain healthy, resilient and productive workforces.