Integrated employee wellbeing and safety: Joining the dots

Integrated employee wellbeing and safety: Joining the dots

11 May 2017, 10:30 AM - 11:10 AM

Safety & Risk Solutions Theatre

Language:
English (Australia)

Many workplace health programs focus too heavily on a single aspect of health. Be it diet, exercise, or stress management; addressing certain behaviours in isolation is incongruent with real life. In the real world, our mental health has implications on our physical behaviours and vice-versa.

Through years of experience, we know that it makes more behavioural sense to develop programs which help employees join the dots between their physical, mental, and emotional health rather than simply pushing them towards a specific isolated behaviour.

Discussing case studies, we’ll explore how giving employees better insight and tools to understand or manage their behaviours in the real world can provide far more productive and sustainable health changes.

It’s far more than just providing one-off testing, auditing or general education. It’s essential to take the next step – implementing activities to reduce individual risk relating to injury and health across the entire workforce population

Greg McLoughlin, Managing Director, Health by Design Australia

Contributors

  • Greg McLoughlin

    Speaker

    Managing Director

    Health by Design Australia

    Greg has over 20 years experience in health promotion and is frequently asked to share his expertise in health engagement and behaviour change at...

  • Alistair Schuback

    Chairperson

    Safety Culture Specialist

    Aframes Safety

    Alistair has over fifteen years frontline consulting experience in cultural change, risk management and WHS consulting. Alistair is a specialist in...

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