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Annual Survey

Date: 5 Aug 2014

We would like to take this opportunity to ask for your time and effort to complete our first 'Annual Healthy Workplace Survey'. 

This data will be so valuable for the future sustainability of the programme and hopefully will help us build on and strengthen the programme.


Annual Healthy Workplace Survey


Over approximately 40,000 people in Cornwall work in businesses taking part in the Healthy Workplace Award. The interest and enthusiasm continues to build and we want to make the award work even better. Every story about someone making positive changes like losing weight, giving up smoking, beating stress or just coming to work with a smile on their face shows that people are making changes that really matter to them. 

It would be great if you can spare about 10 minutes to complete this survey and show how we can make things even better. We want to make sure we are responding to feedback and building evidence around how a healthy workplace can make a difference for individual employees, employers and local communities.

Before you complete the survey please have available the following information:

• Some basic profile data on your workforce
• Sickness absence data
• Information on health initiatives provided place within your workplace
• Feedback from your colleagues including comments and case studies

We really do appreciate your time and effort in completing this short survey and we are committed to ensuring the future success of the programme. We promise to provide a ‘You Said, We Did’ feedback session as part of our annual conference and award ceremony .

Thank you in Advance

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Unhealthy Choices

Unhealthy lifestyle choices cost the NHS, employers and indivduals £17.1billion every year, according to research from health insure and provider Bupa. 

Alcohol Use in Cornwall

Of the total 441,000 population aged 16 and over in Cornwall, 102,000 are drinking above the recommended safe levels (just under a quarter), according to public health estimates.  In addition, an estimated 66,500 are 'binge drinkers'.

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