Current circumstances have reminded us that being simply reactive with health management isn’t sufficient. To thrive rather than merely survive, a workforce needs to be proactive about personal health, mental fitness, and injury risk – all of which are inextricably linked.
An integrated approach to workplace health has never been more important. Not only is it more cost-efficient, but it also enhances the employee experience. By bringing together injury and illness prevention with health promotion, studies have shown that integrated programs are particularly effective in assessing ‘high risk’ workers with the least likelihood of engaging in traditional health and wellbeing programs.
This webinar will look at the value proposition of integrated programming and how it can maximise engagement and business outcomes, such as reducing absenteeism and worker-compensation costs, along with the key challenges for workplaces and how to overcome these.
Leaders who can communicate a safety vision well assist their team to see how the vision can practically be implemented through their day-to-day operations. They encourage employees to continuously embrace the vision and, as a result, see improved engagement and safe work performance from the team.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the science of creating an inspiring vision and how to make a business-wide safety vision relevant for your team’s reality. We will also explore ways leaders can inspire teams to buy into the vision and ultimately take ownership at a team level to keep the vision alive.
Date: Thursday 1 October 2020
Time: 11:30 - 12:30 (AEST)
AIHS CPD Points: 5 Points
About Greg McLoughlin
Greg McLoughlin is CEO of Health By Design International and a leader in the Australian workplace health industry, with 25 years of experience in the field.
Greg’s passion and expertise are focused on sustainable behavioural change and total population engagement. His unique strategies for employee health engagement have led Health by Design down a pathway of continual improvement in effective behavioural change strategies.
Health by Design works across numerous risk areas ranging from high performance to injury risk, general health, mental health and safety and has helped organisations throughout Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Health By Design’s program outcomes vastly exceed industry standards with their systems extracting voluntary monthly engagement from over 80% of the total workforce.
This event is endorsed by the AIHS and presented by MYOSH