As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping people in work, safe and well, we are delighted to sponsor the Workplace Health & Wellbeing Award category at the 2018 Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) Awards.
Established in 2007, the Awards recognise and celebrate a wide range of activities, policies and strategies that empower organisations, communities and individuals to improve the population’s health and address the wider social determinants of health.
The Workplace Health & Wellbeing category recognises innovative health and wellbeing initiatives across organisations with the award going to employer’s who have demonstrated commitment and dedication to their employees’ health & wellbeing.
The organisations shortlisted for the Workplace Health & Wellbeing Awards are:
B. Healthy B. Braun aims to tackle health and wellbeing issues in the workplace at the B. Braun headquarters in Sheffield. Running for more than a decade, the programme includes initiatives which increase understanding of lifestyle behaviours and create a culture and working conditions which maximise individual health and wellbeing.
The Nomura Health Blueprint. The Health Blueprint is a measure of Nomura’s top ten health risks, with risk capture and reactive and proactive spend. Using data from six internal and external reports, including clinical, perceived and financial measurements, the aim is to improve employee health and wellbeing each year.
LiveWell. Rolls-Royce recognises that a healthy, resilient workforce is engaged, productive and high performing. ‘LiveWell’ is its healthy workplace award and its long-term plan to improve employee wellbeing, across its global operations, by creating work environments which support wellbeing, removing barriers to healthy behaviour, and motivating employees to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Winners will be announced at the glittering award ceremony on Thursday 18th October at the East Wintergarden in London and our Deputy CEO, Scot Smith, will take to the stage to present the category winner.
We would like to wish all those shortlisted the very best of luck.
Who are the Royal Society for Public Health?
RSPH is an independent health education charity and the world’s longest-established public health body with the vision that everyone should have the opportunity to optimise their health and wellbeing.
It is the longest-established public health organisation in the UK. It is incorporated by Royal Charter and its patron is Her Majesty The Queen.