Occupational Health and Wellbeing

At Fusion Occupational Health, we work in partnership with you to prevent problems rather than manage them. We have considerable evidence to demonstrate that if you improve the health and wellbeing of your staff, it will lead to a significant increase in performance and productivity.

Proactive intervention from targeted wellbeing solutions can help to prevent the two most common reasons for absence; musculoskeletal and mental health issues.

 

Providers of Targeted Health and Wellbeing solutions

The key objectives of a proactive, targeted, occupational health and wellbeing solution are:

  • Increase employee morale and engagement
  • To meet CSR targets and reduce employee absence
  • Healthy organisational culture
  • Ultimately better health means better productivity and lower presentism

We recognise that modern and enabling occupational health services must be underpinned by a robust and meaningful workplace health and wellbeing strategy.

We will work in partnership with you to develop bespoke wellbeing campaigns, which include specific health promotion and awareness activities focused on tackling general common health issues and those we identify as specific to your organisation.

Promotion and education of various key initiatives will require  a  range  of  solutions  to  inspire  your  workforce, encourage participation and assist in the changing habits of a lifetime and make healthier choices.

These may include:

  • On-site health promotion days with health professionals
  • Lifestyle counselling and Wellness reports
  • Health fairs giving access to a range of health professionals including - Nurse, Nutritionist, Fitness Coach, Masseuse.
  • Wellbeing Seminars delivering stimulating presentations on health topics
  • Steps challenge
  • Lunch and learn session to cover key issues

On Site Health promotion days could include:

  • Mini health-checks for staff looking at Height, Weight, BMI, Glucose and Cholesterol Checks;
  • Mini Lifestyle checks
  • Workstation Ergonomic Days
  • Nutrition advice
  • Sleep consultations and advice

Your initiatives should be linked to:

  • Trends and themes identified from your Occupational Health MI
  • Local or business related activity
  • Surveys of your workforce

Physical and Mental Wellbeing

The CIPD’s 2015 survey showed a significant increase in mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

Almost one in three people said that they have experienced mental health issues while in employment

By working in partnership with our clients, we can develop bespoke occupational health and wellbeing campaigns. These can include specific health promotion and awareness activities.

We’ll focus on tackling both general common health issues as well as those we identify as specific to your business. We recognise that any modern and enabling occupational health service will be underpinned by a robust and meaningful wellbeing strategy.

Our programmes are designed to:

  • Enhance the workplace health and wellbeing of staff to improve their quality of life
  • Increase productivity
  • Provide health related support, guidance and information 

 

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