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Healthy Workplace Award

To see an introductory video about Coastline Housing's Healthy Workplace Award click play below:

 

 

The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Healthy Workplace Award is a county standard of good practice and a quality mark of health and wellbeing in the workplace. 

The aim of the award is to act as a toolkit to encourage employers to think about ways to improve the health and wellbeing of their employees. 

The toolkit provides steps to achieve and improve in a wide range of health areas covered in the ten award criteria. 

The process enables focus on the current good practice in place within an organisation and assists in recognising priorities and providing solutions to addressing any highlighted issues specific to the company and the working population. 

To get started please sign up and become a member and you can access and view all the Healthy Workplace Award Criteria.  The Healthy Workplace Coordinator can then come and meet with you to see how we can support and help make your workplace a healthier place. 

For more information please read the Workplace Health Brochure

Well Being Boost

A study of FTSE-100 companies conducted by Business in the Community (BITC) and Ipsos Mori, found that firms that actively promoted staff well-being and workplace health policies recorded a 10 per cent boost in their financial performance.

Casestudy

“Public Health England South West is delighted to showcase the workplace wellbeing case studies from Cornwall and Isle of Scilly as exemplars of good practice in support of the: ‘Mental health toolkit for employers’, ‘Musculoskeletal health in the workplace’, ‘Reducing the risk of suicide: a preventative toolkit for employers’ and ‘Crisis management in the event of a suicide: a postvention guide for employers’.  Cornwall and Isle of Scilly has a long track record of leading the way in supporting local employers develop approaches that create healthy workplaces which meet the quality mark standards required to receive the prestigious ‘health and wellbeing in the workplace’ award.”

Professor Kevin Elliston, Deputy Director Health & Wellbeing South West

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