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PALL Corporation

peopleCompany ethos or mission statement:

  • Do what is right for the customer
  •  Conduct Business with Integrity
  •  Mutual Respect
  • Expect and Reward Excellence
  • Protect the Environment
  • Be an asset to local communities

A brief summary of why you have become a healthy workplace:

Pall Industrial Manufacturing requires the highest possible level of attendance from its employees, to ensure that the necessary resource and performance needs of the Company’s business are consistently available and achieved.

To do that, it is important we look after our employees through employee engagement programs, promoting a culture of positive attendance management, Health safety initiatives and proactive relationships with Occupational Health in supporting employee’s health and wellbeing.

Recent Health & Wellbeing activities on offer:

  • Stop Smoking
  • Weight Management
  • Cycle to Work
  • Flu Jabs 

Plans/ Aims for next year:

  • Stop Smoking
  • Weight Management
  • Cycle to Work
  • Flu Jabs
  • Open Dedicated Clinic for Blood Pressure and Cholesterol
  • Health and Wellbeing Day for all employees
  • Low Back Pain Prevention Workshops
  • Stress and Mental Health Awareness
The success of any company depends heavily on the productivity and work performance of its employees. The ability to function and perform at a high level consistently is greatly aided by an Employee Health and Well Being Program. The introduction of such programs, have been beneficial to both the employee and the business.

- Human Resources Manager
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Professor Dame Carol Black is Expert Adviser on Health and Work to NHS England and Public Health England presented the awards. She said at the 2017 Workplace Health Conference and Awards“It always gives me great pleasure to return to Cornwall to present the Workplace Health Awards, which go from strength to strength each year. These awards show the commitment of organisations, public and private, large and small, to employees' health and wellbeing. They also acknowledge the relationship between health and wellbeing, engagement and productivity"

Cancer and Work
Cancer kills around 1.2 million people each year in the European Union. Between
65 000 and 100 000 of these deaths are believed to be directly caused by working conditions. Others are the result of environmental exposures which, in many cases, are themselves related to firms’ business activities.
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