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Clackmannanshire Community Health Care Centre, Hallpark, Sauchie, Alloa, UK


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  • Ongoing
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  • 16+
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Healthy Working Lives – Clackmannanshire & Stirling HSCP
  • Healthy Working Lives – Clackmannanshire & Stirling HSCP
  • 07989 154948

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Healthy Working Lives is a Scottish Government programme that aims to provide support to employers and employees in their workplace.  Our key objective is to work with employers and employees and encourage them to work together in order to create and sustain a healthy workforce. A healthier workforce really does make for a healthier business and our team will work with local employers to support them to develop a healthy work environment for employees.

Employees can spend up to 60% of their lives at work therefore the workplace is an important place to support health and wellbeing.

While the provision of health services is important for the health of the population, reducing health inequalities, requires action to improve the conditions that we grow, live, and work in. The refreshed approach to health and work recognises that the economy plays a fundamental role in shaping the building blocks of communities and is consistent with the Fair Society Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review) and the approach being adopted by the Care and Wellbeing Portfolio .

The focus as part of Healthy Working Lives fall into the following key areas:

    1. Absenteeism – Address the key reasons for absence from work such as Mental Health and Musculoskeletal disorders.
    2. Fair Work Supporting partners and employers to promote and deliver Fair Work actions on employment (safe & healthy work, in-work and child poverty, hours, pay, flexible working, violence and aggression, contracts, wellbeing [alcohol and drugs] worker engagement and employee voice)
    3. Access to and retention in work – Focusing support and interventions towards key groups and sectors experiencing greatest health inequalities to improve access to and retention in work.
    4. Building the evidence base – Support gathering, recording and dissemination of evidence on health and work

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  • Address Clackmannanshire Community Health Care Centre, Hallpark, Sauchie, Alloa, UK
  • City Sauchie
  • Post Code FK10 3JQ
  • Country United Kingdom

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Updated on July 24, 2023 at 10:12 am
  • Industry: All Industries
  • Programme Type: One-to-One Support
  • Eligible Age Range: 16+
  • Course Length: Ongoing
  • Start Date: Ongoing
  • Course Capacity: 9
  • Eligible Groups: Not in Full Time Education, Disabled Person, Lone Parent, LGBT+, BME Groups, Substance Misuse, Health Conditions
  • Attendance Pattern: Monday to Friday 8.30am-5.00pm
  • Travel Expenses Covered: Yes
  • Postcode Eligibility: Clackmannanshire

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