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Cornwall Music Service Trust

A quality music education for Cornwall

What we do:

Cornwall Music Service Trust (CMST) provides curriculum support, vocal and instrumental tuition to primary, secondary schools and colleges across Cornwall. We are proud to now include 12 music therapy teachers.This life changing service has proven to have a profound and lasting impact on the lives of adults and children.

Why we became a healthy workplace:

CMST signed up to the 'Be Healthy at Work' programme in 2015 because we recognise the importance of a valued and appreciated workforce, where teamwork, physical and emotional wellbeing is our top priority. We value the loyalty shown by our staff and are committed to providing a caring and supportive service.

Recent health and well being activities:

This year we have:

Registered as a Disability Confident Employer

Held a safer driving seminar for all staff run by Rospra

Held a Christmas dinner & party night at the Atlantic Hotel, Newquay.

Had mental health awareness training for team managers

Offered an NHS over 40's health check

Put on a summer BBQ

Entered a ladies & girls team in the Falmouth 'Race for Life'

Held a charity Barn Dance for staff, pupils, families & friends of CMST

"We have a wonderful team spirit at CMST. The Health & Well Being of our staff is very important to us. Achieving the GOLD Healthy Workplace Award is a great acknowledgment of everything we're doing, and gives us a fantastic platform to build on in the future"Karen Frost. Health & Well Being Coordinator

- Director

Establishing and using effective channels of communication that engage employees are a key component in promoting employee health.  Examples: Health Notice Boards, Team Briefings, Internet/Intranet, Email, Wage Packet Inserts, Staff Surveys. 

Surrounding Influence

Having plants in and around the office can reduce employee annual sickness absence by as much as 23%, research by the Hortiucultural Trades Association has argued.  The research, in conjunction with the University of Reading, found that green space and planted areas can help to deliver substantial social and environmental benefits for organisations

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