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Promoting Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace [Various Venues]

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Promoting Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace

Seminar Fee: €100 NISO members / €125 non members

NISO Members: Use the Discount Code - NISOMBR

Are you…

  • An Employer, Manager or HR Professional
  • A Health and Safety Manager or Consultant
  • An Employee with an interest in Workplace Health and Wellbeing
  • An All Ireland Safety Awards Entrant?

…then this is for YOU!

Promoting Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace is a half day workshop running from 09.30hrs to 13.15hrs, organised by National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) in conjunction with Healthy Ireland.

Overview
Under the auspices of Healthy Ireland, the Department of Health, in partnership with the Department of Enterprise, Business and Innovation, are leading the development of a National Healthy Workplace Framework. This is in response to the growing evidence that workplaces have a key role in promoting health and wellbeing among employees which is critical for the welfare of workers, levels of productivity and economic growth.

To recognise workplaces that have made significant progress in promoting health and wellbeing, the Healthy Workplace Award, sponsored by Healthy Ireland, will be integrated into the All Ireland Occupational Safety Awards from 2019. It will provide an opportunity for you to demonstrate your commitment to the health and wellbeing agenda across the organisation.

Locations:

Dublin, Cork, Galway, Athlone, Limerick, Dundalk, Waterford, Sligo

Seminar Fee: €100 NISO members / €125 non members


Workshop Objectives

This workshop is designed to support workplaces that are interested in progressing this agenda and participants will:

  • Develop an understanding of the core elements of a healthy workplace
  • Identify health and wellbeing activity in their own workplace
  • Understand the steps involved in developing a workplace health and wellbeing plan

The workshop will also include a practical case study from a local worksite that have Health and Wellbeing as a priority in their organisation.


Dates and Venues:

Dublin: 28 March 2019; NISO Training Centre, A11 Calmount Park, Ballymount, Dublin 12

Cork: 03 April 2019; Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Little Island, Cork

Galway: 24 April 2019; Oranmore Lodge Hotel, Oranmore, Co. Galway

Athlone: 09 May 2019; Radisson Blu Hotel, Northgate St., Athlone, Co. Westmeath

Limerick: 23 May 2019; Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Ennis Road, Limerick

Waterford: 06 June 2019; Viking Hotel Waterford, Cork Road, Waterford

Dundalk: 20 June 2019; Crown Plaza Hotel, Dundalk, Co. Louth

Sligo: 3 September 2019; Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Ballincar, Sligo

[More venues may be added subject to demand]


Workshop Programme:

Registration at 09.15am with workshop start at 09.30am

09.30 Setting the Scene -Development of the National Healthy Workplace Framework

10.00 What is a Healthy Workplace? Key Challenges and Opportunities to Promote Health and Wellbeing

11.00 Tea/Coffee Break

11.30 Case Study: Presentation by Worksite with Health and Wellbeing Programme

12.15 Developing a Health and Wellbeing Plan for Your Workplace – Practical Session

13.00 Q&A

13.15 Close


Duration:
Half day from 09.30hrs to 13.30hrs.

Certificate of Attendance:
Participants who have successfully completed the training will be issued with a NISO certificate of attendance.
There is no assessment but active participation is required.


Workshop Speaker:
Biddy O'Neill, Department of Health

Biddy is National Project Lead in the Health and Wellbeing Programme Department of Health. She is leading the development of the National Healthy Workplace Framework in partnership with the Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation under the auspices of Healthy Ireland.

Biddy has worked in Health Promotion for over twenty years at both strategic and operational levels within the Health Service and the Department of Health. She has extensive experience in partnership working, policy and programme development and implementation. She is a keen advocate for personal development including reflective practice and believes that facilitative leadership is key to changing workplace culture to promote health and wellbeing.

She was appointed as an Assistant National Director in the Health and Wellbeing Division Health Service Executive in 2013 and seconded to the Department of Health in 2015.

She has a background in Nursing and Addiction Counselling and holds a Higher Diploma in Adult Education and MA in Health Promotion.

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