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Healthy Workplace Conference & Award Ceremony 2019

Date: 7 Jan 2019

We are delighted to be able to welcome back Professor Dame Carol Black - Expert Advisor on Health and Work - who in addition to presenting the awards, will be giving us the national overview and update on Workplace Health.

We will have various workshops on;

  • Resilience & Sleep - Kevin Simpson, Clinical Psychologist and CEO Outlook South West

  • Presenteeism or just present? – Allye Brown, Healthy Cornwall

  • Changing the culture on Domestic Abuse- the Employers Initiative - Elizabeth Filkin

  • Suicide Postvention Plan - Anne Embury, Suicide Liaison Service Lead

Following our workshops, the Healthy Workplace Award Ceremony aims to reward and recognise local workplaces in their achievement of the Healthy Workplace Award via: Bronze, Silver, Gold & Mentor awards and also inspire new workplaces, which are just getting started.

The event aims to:

  • Provide an national overview and update on Workplace Health

  • Provide some interactive workshops and activities for delegates to take back to workplaces

  • Provide information on forthcoming events such as the ‘Annual Cornwall Beach Games’ and ‘Local Business Forums’

  • Provide networking opportunities and showcase local case studies from workplaces on our 'Wall of Fame'

To round off the morning, we'll provide you with a great healthy lunch before we close the event at 14.00.

*Please note, you do not have to be receiving an award to attend this conference, as it is also a great opportunity for you to talk to other workplaces and gain inspiration about how to proceed with your Healthy Workplace

  • To book your place, please click here
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