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Book your Award Assessment Visits in soon!

1 Nov 2019

We are currently booking in Award Assessment Visits ready for our 'Annual Conference & Award Ceremony' in early 2020.

Assessments – Please book your assessment in with us now for visits carried out between April and November 2019 at a time to suit your workplace.

New for 2019:

  • We are now introducing a certificate level, for workplaces who are starting out and will sit below our Bronze Award level.
  • Our Gold Award level will be valid for 2 years.  All other Award levels will continue to be valid for 1 year.
  • Healthy Workplace Micro-Award for 1-9 employees.

We look forward to working with you all soon. Please get in touch if we can support you and your workplace with anything on:

Cornwall Beach Games

6 Sep 2019

A healthy fun packed day on the beach... It's an annual barefoot event sees companies from all across Cornwall come together to compete in a series of fun and light-hearted beach-based games. 

The Cornwall Beach Games has been co-organised by Healthy Workplace and Cornwall Sports Partnership, to give Cornish companies the chance to have some active fun outdoors with their fellow colleagues and network with other businesses.

Activities involved included Volleyball, Beach Netball, Tug of War, Team Building activities and the famous Sand Castle competition. The games are suitable for all ages, with no previous experience required and all equipment is provided.

The 2019 Games will be taking place on Friday 6th September, at Perranporth Beach (just outside the Watering Hole), with team registration taking place at 14:00 and the first games starting at 15:00.

Want to take part?

There are 2 ways to register your team


Stress & Absence - 2014

New research from OnePoll on behalf of life insurance provider Friends Life found that one UK employee in six (16%) called in sick because of stress in the past year (2013), at a cost to employers of more than £460 million in wasted wages per day.

Alcohol in the Workplace

One in four employees are estimated to drink above recommeded guidelines

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