Workplace Health Meetings

What are C3’s Workplace Health Meetings?

Our Workplace Health Meetings (WPH Meetings) are a forum for networking and sharing best practice and practical tools in workplace health.

Begun in 2015, C3’s stimulating WPH Meetings have grown to over 270 professionals:

  • 97% surveyed are ‘very likely’ to recommend WPH Meetings to a colleague
  • 93% surveyed are ‘very likely’ to attend future WPH Meetings

By attending our WPH Meetings, you’ll:

  • Gain access to leading UK experts in workplace health
  • Be part of a network of over 270 professionals from 170+ organisations
  • Be able to contribute to the wider objectives of making all workplaces healthier places for all.


Who are the Workplace Health Meetings for?

Membership is open to anyone involved in health at work. This includes:

  • Policymakers
  • Government
  • Health experts
  • Academics
  • Human resources (HR) and benefit practitioners


Working in partnership with RAND Europe and SOM

C3 is partnering with RAND Europe and the Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM) to curate a series of breakfast seminars that will take place, for the first time, online!

RAND Europe is an independent not-for-profit research organisation that helps to improve policy and decision making through research and analysis. SOM is the largest nationally recognised professional organisation for individuals with an interest in health and work.


Our Autumn 2020 programme

8th September, Prof Kevin Daniels, University of East Anglia – UEA. Work, wellbeing and the pandemic: learning from how organisations adapted.

22nd September, Rachel Suff, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development – CIPD. The role of good people management in supporting employee health and wellbeing, particularly during Covid-19.

6th October, Steve Bevan, Institute for Employment Studies – IES. Covid-19 and the workplace – what is the research telling us so far?

20th October, Emma Mamo, Mind. Mental health in the workplace.

3rd November, Prof Gary McFarlane, University of Aberdeen. Supporting patients with musculoskeletal conditions to remain in work.

24th November, Prof Gail Kinman, Birkbeck, University of London. Health professionals in difficulty.

8th December, Lindsey Cartwright, Morton Fraser Lawyers. Employment law and workplace health.

To register, visit our events page. 


Why are we interested in workplace health?

We know that the workplace offers access to a large audience and is an effective channel for encouraging behaviour change and prevention of non-communicable diseases (NCDs).

By building the capacity and knowledge of practitioners to deliver practical and proven solutions, our Workplace Health Meetings support the contribution that employers can make to the health and wellbeing of their employees.

Want more on workplace health? See a list of upcoming workplace health events and read about our workplace health projects.

We thank our sponsors Health Management, a Maximus company; Sanofi; and Towergate Health & Protection for their support of our online Workplace Health Breakfast Seminar Autumn 2020 series.