Managing Occupational Health and Wellbeing provides practical advice and tools for managers to help create a healthy and productive place of work.
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Who the course is for
- Anyone in a management or supervisory role.
Why it works
- Understand why it’s important to manage fluctuations in people’s health
- Learn what to consider in a health needs assessment
- Discover how to recognise a ‘well’ employee
- Learn how to help co-workers return to work after an illness
- Gain tools and techniques to improve health and wellbeing across your organisation
What to expect
- Memorable and thought-provoking facts and case studies
- Sections backed by clear examples and recognisable scenarios
- Materials supplied for subsequent use in the workplace
- Interactive discussions on workplace health topics
- Practical exercise on how the learning can be applied in the workplace
- Successful delegates awarded a Managing Occupational Health and Wellbeing certificate
Top 5 business benefits
- Practical advice and tools for managers to help create a healthy and productive place of work
- Improved health and wellbeing awareness across the organisation
- Fewer hours lost due to ill-health and reduced presenteeism, resulting in greater productivity
- Internationally recognised certification for managers and supervisors
- Enhanced reputation within the supply chain, with customers and other stakeholders
Top 5 delegate benefits
- Ensures you can manage health risks
- Ensures you understand your own responsibilities for health and wellbeing and why it makes good business sense
- Ensures you can manage fluctuations in people's health status and assess fitness for work
- Empowers you to measure your own performance
- Allows for reflections on good practice, both personally and organisation-wide
What do people say?
"Managers will learn what health and wellbeing at work is, and why it makes good business sense… The course clearly articulates the roles and responsibilities for everyone involved and how to resource a health and wellbeing function effectively" - Christina Butterworth, Chair for the Faculty of Occupational Health Nursing Development Group and an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine
“I think it makes good sense for good businesses to actually focus the health, the well-being of their employees, because when they do that, they get much more out of their employees” - Tony Bickerstaff, Costain's Chief Financial Officer - Watch the full interview
“Mental health and stress are far more openly discussed and rather than being perceived as a sign of weakness, they are seen as part of everyday life” - Fee Nunn, Group head of health, safety and facilities at Selwood