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1 Welcome to the Health and Safety Conference September 18, 2012

2 Domestic arrangements

3 Agenda TimeItemPresenter 12.45Arrangements and format for the afternoonJayne Farrin 12.55Welcome and scene settingMartin Baggs 13.05Key note speaker: looking after worker healthDr. Chris Pugh 13.25Why is health so important to Thames Water?Bob Collington 13.40Health and Safety hub: what’s new?Lawrence Gosden 13.45Breakout groups explainedJayne Farrin 14.00Breakout groups 14.55Break 15.20Breakout groups continued 16.50Summary and reflection on the afternoonNeil Murray Launch AMP5 Excellence in health and safety awards Martin Baggs

4 Play ‘We’re all in it together’ film

5 Putting the health back into health and safety Martin Baggs, Chief Executive Officer Thames Water

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7 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 7 Looking after worker health Chris Pugh 12 October 2014

8 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 8 The size of the problem HSE Statistics 1.3 million suffer work related ill-health 29.3 million working days lost yearly due to accidents and ill- health – 24.6 million ill-health – 4.7 million accidents

9 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 9 The size of the problem According to the CBI absence and workplace health survey 2010: Cost of absence in 2009/10 was £16.8bn Average rate of absence in 2009 was 6.4 days per employee (was 6.7 days in 2007) Employee absence cost the UK nearly £17bn in 2009 Average direct cost of absence was £595 per employee in 2009

10 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 10 Why is health not addressed? Mesothelioma Deaths

11 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 11 Must Should Could Legally Wealthy Healthy Principles of Occupational Health Provision Be legally compliant with regards to health surveillance & fitness for work Be cost effective & reduce cost of absence and work related ill-health Improve the health and well-being of the organisation

12 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 12 A strategic approach Ill–health prevention – the impact of work on people’s health Clinical intervention – the impact of a person’s health on their work Health promotion – the use of the workplace environment to promote health Work Health

13 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 13 The pieces PreventionClinical Health Promotion

14 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 14 Prevention The frequently missing piece

15 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 15 Ill-health prevention solutions Use traditional interventions to: Eliminate health hazards during design, planning and implementing work Mitigate risk in the workplace Achieve healthy behaviour in the workplace Train managers so they are confident in health and well as safety risk management Engage the workforce in the same way as you would with safety Share good practice and celebrate success

16 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 16 Clinical Prevention Clinical

17 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 17 Evidence The longer an employee is absent from work, the lower the probability of a return to work. (Robinson et al., 1997) Belief in own dysfunction is a significant factor in duration of absence; this tends to worsen over time. (Pearson 2001) After 5 weeks absence, significant impact on workability. After 6 months absence only a 50% likelihood that the employee will return to work. (CIPD 2003) At 12 months this falls to 25% and after 2 years the chance is almost zero. (British Society for Rehabilitation Medicine 2001; Faculty of Occupational Medicine 2000).

18 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 18 A model for success Early action – first days of absence – pre absence Self referral Active intervention – musculoskeletal – mental health – early specialist referral Rehabilitation

19 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 19 Close co-operation and communication Line manager Human Resources Occupational Health Employee Will require management training

20 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 20 Delivering results Total absence performance against 3% target

21 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 21 The final piece Health Promotion

22 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 22 Health & well-being Improving personal health practices - people with three of the following risk factors: smoking, obesity, low exercise or high alcohol intake, can have up to 50% more absence from work Effort directed at: – Individuals – Groups – Securing management commitment Long term benefit

23 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 23 Health promotion Enhanced rolling programme Work related Non work related Site surgeries Lifestyle medicals National campaigns Identified issues Hot topics Delivered in the workplace Linkage with other organisations NHS Men’s Health Forum NHS resources such as smoking cessation

24 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 24 Towards zero Targeting cardiovascular risk factors and encouraging healthy lifestyle

25 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 25 Health maturity matrix

26 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 26 What is the aim? “Health behavioural change” – Line manager – Employee Increased personal accountability

27 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 27 HSE report – key messages

28 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 28 In summary Know what you want to achieve Understand the evidence Design your service accordingly Set targets Measure success

29 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 29 For further information please contact: Duradiamond Healthcare Limited Mullion House, Aberuthven PH3 1EL Tel: Fax: Web:www.duradiamondhealthcare.com © Copyright 2012 Duradiamond Healthcare Limited. All rights reserved. Duradiamond Healthcare and its associated logo are trademarks of Duradiamond Healthcare Limited and are the subject of trademark applications or registrations in various countries around the world. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. All Duradiamond Healthcare products and services are subject to continuous development – we therefore reserve the right to alter specifications without prior notice.

30 Why is health so important to Thames Water? Bob Collington, Asset Management Director Thames Water

31 Play ‘Putting the health back into health and safety’ film

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33 Health and Safety Hub: what’s new? Lawrence Gosden, Capital Delivery Director Thames Water

34 Health and Safety Hub

35 Health and Safety Hub: what’s new? You asked, we delivered… Striking hi-vis theme and dynamic homepage Easier content submission New search tool Greater visibility for partners Able to share documents at the click of a button New forum Twitter integration: for updates

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37 Breakout sessions explained Jayne Farrin, Head of Communications and Brand Thames Water

38 Breakout sessions The five breakouts are: Physical well-being Psychological well-being Occupational hygiene – physical and chemical hazards Occupational disease risks Musculoskeletal

39 Breakout sessions The first breakouts are located as follows: RedOrangeYellowGreenBlue 14.00Physical well-being Room 1 Psychological well-being Room 2 Occupational hygiene Room 3 Occupational disease risks Room 4 Musculo -skeletal Room 5

40 Summary and reflection on the afternoon Neil Murray, Head of Health and Safety Thames Water

41 © Copyright Duradiamond Healthcare Limited All rights reserved. Healthy people power great organisations. Date 12 October 2014Page 41 Must Should Could Legally Wealthy Healthy Principles of Occupational Health Provision Be legally compliant with regards to health surveillance & fitness for work Be cost effective & reduce cost of absence and work related ill-health Improve the health and well-being of the organisation

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43 Awards 2012/13

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