We’re proud to announce that Health @ Work will be an official sponsor of the Europe Corporate Games Liverpool 2016. We’d encourage any of our previous participants to look in to Health @ Work as this organisation has a genuine commitment to continually improving the health of workforces across the country.
Health @ Work is a registered independent charity based in Liverpool that aims to promote health and well-being in the workplace by delivering resourceful and informative training workshops to businesses of all sizes. Since it was established in 1990, Health @ Work has championed the cause of workplace health and was ahead of it’s time in many respects. The charity works with businesses of all sizes and across all fields and sectors throughout the country, delivering training on a variety of health, safety and well-being topics, including: First Aid at Work, Fire Awareness, Customer Care and Absence Management.
The Workplace Wellbeing Charter
Health @ Work issues a health, safety and well-being awards based upon an organisations ability to show dedication to their charter, rewarding those companies that make the biggest efforts to improve well-being standards in the workplace. Health @ Work supplies charters to organisations as a mechanism to monitor and support the creation of healthier and more successful, safer workplaces. Each charter is motivated by leadership, culture and communication and can be supplied to an organisation in 3 different levels depending upon the amount of commitment and the respective level of priority agreed. Health @ Work’s aims and objectives are have a direct synergy with some of the outstanding outcomes associated with involvement in the Corporate Games so there was an immediate opportunity for collaboration and mutual support.
For more information on Health at work, please visit their website here
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