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1 JAMES DUNNINGHAM OPERATIONS DIRECTOR CIPD - CREATING A CULTURE OF HEALTH AND WELLBEING EVENT MAY 1 ST 2013

2 WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER HEALTH & SAFETY WORKPACE WELLBEING TRAINING RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC HEALTH OVER 900 ORGANISATIONS ON OUR DATABASE, EMPLOYING 30,000 PEOPLE ACTIVELY ENGAGE WITH OVER 200 COMPANIES EVERY YEAR

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4 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER An opportunity for employers to demonstrate their commitment to the health and well-being of their workforce Provides employers with an easy and clear guide on how to make workplaces a supportive and productive environment in which employees can flourish Open to all

5 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER THE STANDARDS LEADERSHIP & COMMUNICATION ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT HEALTH & SAFETY MENTAL HEALTH SMOKING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HEALTHY EATING ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE MISUSE

6 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER THE SUPPORT OFFERED… CONSULTANCY AND ADVICE ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATION

7 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER LIVERPOOL – THE STORY SO FAR DELIVERY STARTED APRIL ORGANISATIONS ACCREDITED FUNDED FOR ANOTHER TWO YEARS – 150 PER YEAR

8 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER NOW ROLLED OUT NATIONALLY OVER 1,000 ORGANISATIONS ACCREDITED ACROSS ENGLAND FUNDED PROGRAMMES IN WIGAN, MANCHESTER AND MANY OTHER AREAS ACROSS THE ENGLAND

9 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER

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11 LIVERPOOL – WHAT THE CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY... 96% used the charter to demonstrate their commitment to health Employers agreed there were very high levels of awareness of the intervention 83% have directly benefitted from the programme

12 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER LIVERPOOL – WHAT THE CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY... The top benefits identified are: Levels of awareness and activity regarding health and wellbeing increased Staff morale increased Improved policies and procedures

13 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER LIVERPOOL – WHAT THE EMPLOYEES HAVE TO SAY... 1 in 3 stated the programme had made a great deal or noticeable difference to their health and wellbeing Another 1 in 3 felt the programme had made some difference That is 20,000 people

14 THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING CHARTER LIVERPOOL – WHAT THE EMPLOYEES HAVE TO SAY... Differences in health and wellbeing most likely to be: Increased awareness of health issues More health eating Improved staff morale

15 THE PUBLIC HEALTH RESPONSIBILITY DEAL The Responsibility Deal embodies the Government’s ambition for a more collaborative approach to tackling the challenges caused by our lifestyle choices. Organisations signing up to the Responsibility Deal commit to taking action voluntarily to improve public health through their responsibilities as employers, as well as through their commercial actions and their community activities.

16 WHY IS HEALTH AT WORK A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE? 71.1% of adults aged 16-64yrs in the UK are in employment. The average working adult spends 36.3hrs a week in work People in work are healthier and use health and social care services less than the unemployed.

17 WHY IS HEALTH AT WORK A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE? Workplace injuries and ill health (excluding cancer) cost society an estimated £13.4 billion in 2010/11 Health at Work initiatives are an opportunity to engage adults in a structured way and promote healthier lifestyles, supported by the fact healthier staff are more productive and it makes good business sense Public health budgets are currently ‘ring fenced’ but this will change!

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