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Creating a Healthy Workplace

Department of Health

Department for Work & Pensions

Business Link

European Network for Workplace Health

Creating a Healthy Workplace

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
Detailed guidance on:
- Promoting physical activity in the workplace
- Workplace interventions to promote smoking cessation
- Management of long-term sickness and incapacity for work
- Promoting mental wellbeing at work

Health at work

Happiness at Work

Workplace Wellbeing Charter

Working for Health

Schools Workforce Health and Wellbeing

Union Learn 


Health & Safety

Health & Safety

Health & Safety Guidance


Equality Act 2010 Guidance


Recruitment, Retention and Return to Work

Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development

Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service

Real Baby Milk

Management of long-term sickness and incapacity for work


Mental Wellbeing including minimizing stress



Time for Change

Healthy Minds at Work


The Mental Health Foundation

The Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health

Mindful Employer



British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

International Stress Management Association (ISMA)

Stress Management Standards

Stress Management Society

UK National Stress Network

Promoting mental wellbeing at work

Sea Sanctuary


Healthy Workplace Manage Stress Campaign 

Cornwall Foundation Trust 

MHFA Line Managers Resource

Mental Health for Employers

Suicide Prevention Toolkit

Suicide Postvention Toolkit


Back Pain and Prevention


Health & Safety Executive


Sports & Hollistic Therapy 


Musculoskeletal Health Toolkit for Employers -



Stop Smoking

No Smoking Day


Action on Smoking & Health

Smoke Free England

Cornwall Stop Smoking Service


Alcohol and Substance Misuse

Alcohol Health Network 

Drink Aware

Portman Group

Alcohol Concern

Alcoholics Anonymous



Narcotics Anonymous

Alcohol Learning Centre


British Liver Trust


Physical Activity

Step Jockey- Rate you stairs for calorie burn

National Walking the Way to Health

Walking Works

Get Active Cornwall

Cornwall Healthy Weight

Cornwall Sports Partnership

Sport England

Find a Sport Buddy

Blue Gym

Workplace Health Promotion: How to encourage employees to be physically active

Sport and public services of Cornwall College

Sports & Hollistic Therapy 


Active Travel

Sustrans Active Travel Toolkit

Cycle to Work Scheme Alliance

Cornwall Active Travel

Cornwall Car Share Scheme

Living Streets

Travel Line SW

Transport Direct


Travel to Work Grant


Healthier Eating including Healthy Weight

Food Standards Agency

Cornwall Healthy Weight

CHEFS - Cornwall Healthier Eating & Food Standards



British Dietetic Association

British Nutrition Foundation

Healthy Boxes

Healthier Food Mark

Change for Life


Healthy Weight

Change for Life

National Obesity Society

Cornwall Healthy Weight

Cornwall Healthy Weight brochure click here


Choosing Health


Health At Work

Responsibility Deal Health at Work Pledges

British Heart Foundation

Men's Health Forum


Women's Health Concern

Making the workplace a safe space to be LGB&T

Skin Cancer Prevention

Cancer Awareness Spot Cancer Early

Macmillan Cancer At Work Pack

NHS Choices - Your Health, Your Choices

Real Baby Milk or

Cornwall Blind Association

Job Centre Plus

Stroke Association 

UV Buddy - Ultra Violet Awareness Accessories 

Diabetes Risk Assessment Tool

Hypnotherapy Directory 

Dental, Oral, Teeth - Resource Advice Etc Peninsula Dental Social Enterprise (pdse) are building a cache of visuals and key info for people and they can always get in touch with the team for more support! Please email: for more information.



Health Promotion Service

One You -

South West Occupational Health Nurse Group

Cornwall Council

Heart Start Cornwall


Cornwall Chamber of Commerce

Truro College Business Club

The Business League


Those who smoke six cigarettes a day or more have a 34% higher incidence of being absent than non-smokers and a 10% higher incidence of being absent for longer.

Diabetes Risk Assessment Tool

Many people are at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes without realising it. Click on the link to find out how at risk you are, and what to do next.
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