In 2014/15, 23.3 million days were lost due to work-related ill health and 4.1 million due to workplace injuries.
• On average, each person suffering took around 15 days off work, 19 days for ill health cases and 6.7 for injuries.
• Stress, depression or anxiety and musculoskeletal disorders accounted for the majority of days lost due to work-related ill health, 9.9 and 9.5 million days respectively.
• The average days lost per case for stress, depression or anxiety (23 days) was higher than for musculoskeletal disorders (17 days).
Our program can include -
Provides employees with an understanding of their current health status while offering practical solutions and advice to improve their own manageable health. Health Checks focus on detecting risk factors of cardiovascular disease & diabetes as well as musculoskeletal problems.
From the Health Check we will develop personal nutrition and exercise programs.
Wellbeing Seminars aim to educate employees on a number of health and wellbeing related issues that contribute to absenteeism and poor productivity.
Back pain, stress, poor nutrition, low energy levels and poor sleep have a huge impact on employee performance.
Health Awareness Days:
By increasing awareness of health issues in the workplace employees are more likely to be proactive
in managing their own health and wellbeing. These days o er employees an opportunity to speak to a professional about any concerns they have and pick up some useful tips on how to become healthier.
All services are delivered by highly qualified and experienced health, fitness and wellbeing professionals.
Our Health Management will –
• Reduce sickness absence
• Prevent/remove health risks
• Maintain a healthy workforce
• Enhance productivity
• Improved staff retention
• Increase staff morale
Please contact our Health Co-ordinator, Jane Cavendish on 0113 281 8110 for further details.