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Here are some resources to help you understand more about the challenges and solutions for workplace health protection in your organisation.
Complimentary Leaders Workshop
Right upfront we offer you a complimentary leaders workshop. We help your key people understand what health protection really is (there are plenty of myths to bust!) and the value it adds.
There’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach here. Our interactive workshop is a two-way conversation designed to guide you towards a ‘good enough’ understanding. So you can make an informed choice about the next steps in your health journey for your specific context.
Watch extracts from webinars and conference talks we’ve given.
Getting the best from your engineering dust controls – asphalt road planing
AORH Summit, 2021
Healthier Highways on the M25. Preventing work- related ill-health
Health & Wellbeing at Work, 2021
A strategic approach to health and wellbeing leadership
British Safety Council, 2019
Read some of the magazine articles we’ve written.
You only have two lungs
Safer Highways Magazine, June 2021
Healthier Highways on the M25
Safer Highways Magazine, June 2020
Building health and wellbeing into your business strategy
Project Safety Matters, December 2019
Beyond lifestyle initiatives
Safety Management, January 2019
Insights and perspectives from our team.
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