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1 Frances Molloy (Chief Executive) Keith Gorman (Programme Manager)

2 2 Pilot Interventions Action: Innovative, evidence-based alcohol- focused interventions Target: 5 workplaces and 750 employees in total L

3 3 Time Line Nov 2011: Guidelines to be developed Dec 2011: Individual pilot work plans drafted and reviewed Jan 2012: Launch of activities in workplaces Apr 2012: Interim Pilot Progress Seminar (venue tba) Sep 2012: Completion of pilots J

4 4 Types of Pilot Interventions Pilot partners will develop one of two types of pilot intervention within the EWA project:  Projects that are predominantly implemented by organisations within their own workplaces (usually via OH services) - with external support.  Projects where a specialised service is predominantly provided/co-ordinated by an external organisation and delivered within selected workplaces. L

5 5 Guidelines for Pilot Interventions: Overview To support the development of comparable approaches, guidance will set out: Objectives of the pilot interventions Key elements of the interventions Timing Guidelines will reflect the evidence review, good practice experience and discussions at Manchester EWA meeting L

6 6 Guidelines for pilot interventions: Aims a. Raise awareness amongst employees about how, in relation to alcohol, they can live healthier lives; b. Inform employers how, in relation to alcohol, they can support their workforces to live healthier during and outside working hours; c. Encourage employees to change their alcohol- related behaviour to live more healthily d. Encourage workplaces to adopt a workplace culture that, with respect to alcohol, is supportive of healthier living. J

7 7 Guidelines for pilot interventions: Engaging stakeholders Who will be engaged (organisations, workplaces, key individuals) How? What will be selection process? J

8 8 Guidelines for pilot interventions: Focus of activity and actions Details of each pilot intervention will vary to reflect different traditions and specific socio-economic, political and cultural contexts, but they will have a series of key elements in common. ( e.g. policy development/enhancement, brief interventions, awareness raising, promoting workplace practices, strong messages etc.) J

9 9 Guidelines for pilot interventions: Training Training of key workplace representatives/managers to support delivery of intervention “aims”  Who will be trained?  What will be the content, format and extent of training? L

10 10 Guidelines for pilot interventions: Materials and resources Partners have a budget to develop/utilise promotional materials to support the intervention.  Who will develop materials?  What resources will be developed?  Are there common/essential messages that should be promoted?

11 11 Guidelines for pilot interventions: Analysis of interventions Independent analysis - To support process pilot partners will: conduct baseline studies at the outset and follow-up at the conclusion of the pilots; support the independent analysts by compiling documentation and arranging interviews with key contacts; Where able “focus groups”; L

12 12 Guidelines for pilot interventions: Sharing experience Interim progress seminar involving all group pilot partners will: Feedback on progress; Share initial experiences and best practice that could improve final outcomes

13 13 Pilot Work Plans Structured around three main phases:  Set-up and service development phase  Implementation/ delivery phase  Follow-up and analysis phase Process:  based on guidance document  prepared by country partners  reviewed by and agreed with Work Package Lead: Health @ Work L

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