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Learn about healthy eating and drinking and how to encourage healthy eating at work.
Learn about the effects of alcohol and how to better manage alcohol in the workplace.
Learn about the importance of being physically active and how to support workers to reduce sedentary behaviour
Learn about the importance of creating a mentally healthy workplace and where to find more information.
A health and wellbeing program can boost productivity and help staff to be happier and healthier at work and at home.
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Develop policies, create work environments that support health & wellbeing, and educate your staff to adopt healthy attitudes and behaviours.
Resources to help you kick-start your program, including how to gain management support and consult with staff.
Resources to help you implement your program, including policy templates, strategies and program promotion ideas.
Resources to help you evaluate your program, including sample questions.
Tools to support you to run an effective workplace health program, including case studies.
Tools to assist in promoting healthy messages to workers
Free or low cost services to help you tackle everything from how to reduce sitting to what’s in the office vending machine.
Having a dedicated person to run the program will contribute to its success.
Healthier Workplace WA offers FREE training and professional development opportunities for those wishing to enhance their skills and knowledge in the area, as listed below:
A written policy is the best way to make a statement of your organisation’s commitment towards workplace health.
Take a look at our short video “How to create a healthy workplace” which explains the importance of good policy and a supportive environment.
If you need help in creating your policy, you can use our creating a health and wellbeing policy factsheet and template.
Planning is an important step in creating a successful health and wellbeing program. By developing an action plan you will be able to document what you want to achieve, the strategies that you will use to assist you to do this, and most importantly, keep on track!
Creating an action plan doesn't have to be difficult; use our action planning factsheet and template to make it easier.
Gaining support for health and wellbeing from management is especially important as they can commit money and people to the program to help make it a success. If management supports the goals and participates in the program, workers will be more likely to join in.
Our short video "What is Workplace Health?" may be useful to show management to help them gain an understanding of the benefits of a workplace health program. In addition, our case study videos are great to show management; they demonstrate the successes other businesses have had with their workplace health programs and the benefits they've experienced.
It can be beneficial to show management exactly how much they can save by investing health and wellbeing. Do this by using the Workplace Health Savings Calculator.
We also have a range of other free tools and resources you can use to help gain management support, including our business case brochure and our sample presentation to managers.
A healthy workplace is easier to achieve when there is open and consultative communication in your workplace. During the development of your program, it’s important to speak with staff and listen to their wants, needs and potential concerns about workplace health and wellbeing strategies.
Take a look at our short video "How to engage staff in workplace health programs", which talks about how to engage and captivate your staff in order to help make your program a success. You can also take a look at our consultation factsheet for some guidance on how to consult effectively.
Evaluation is important as it allows you to see whether your workplace health and wellbeing program is working the way you planned. It's an organised way of collecting information to tell you what has worked and what hasn't worked so that you can improve things in the future.
Take a look at our short video called "How to evaluate the success of workplace health programs" and our evaluation factsheet.
Short on time? Want to kick-start your health and wellbeing journey? Check out the Top 10 Quick Wins and get on your way.
Develop polices, create work environments that support health & wellbeing and educate your staff to adopt healthy attitudes and behaviours.
Apply today, be a leader in your field and show your competitors you care about the health and wellbeing of your staff.