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Health and wellbeing courses

We now offer the IOSH Managing Occupational Health & Wellbeing course.

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Workers in many occupations may be faced with health hazards and often experience work-related problems without recognising them, especially in the early stages of the problems development.

Workplace health management is an approach to workplace health that not only encompasses management of sickness and absence, but also includes disease identification and prevention, safety management, management of mental health issues, health support and health promotion.

Reducing absenteeism, increasing productivity and complying with relevant health related duties under workplace legislation means that managers, supervisors, health and safety practitioners, employee representatives and employees should all have a part to play in addressing workplace health issues. It is therefore important for organisations to ensure they have effective planning and organisation for the management of workplace health, which should be integrated within the organisations general management systems.

Ouch are able to offer and deliver a range of health and wellbeing courses to support your company strategy on health and wellbeing in the workplace. Our trainers are experienced and trained in the management of health and wellbeing in the workplace, Health and safety and Mental health first aid.

 

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