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PHE launches search for best OH and wellbeing practices

The UK government health agency Public Health England (PHE) is calling on OSH practitioners to share their health and wellbeing initiatives as part of a project to assess the most successful interventions.

PHE launches search for best OH and wellbeing practices

PHE, along with research institute RAND Europe, will use the findings to produce a good-practice guide.

Employers, market providers and developers who wish to participate in the study will be asked to submit information about their programmes, the target group, and any evidence of impact. 

All submitted practices will receive feedback on their wellbeing initiatives and will be listed in the final public report. Those deemed most promising and innovative will be featured as case studies and infographics. 

Poor health and wellbeing is estimated to cost the UK economy around £58bn each year through sick days and low productivity at work. 

Click here to take part in the survey. 


Keeley Downey was the former assistant editor of IOSH Magazine. Previously she was editor of Biofuels International, Bioenergy Insight and Tank Cleaning Magazine

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