Health @ Work Summit 2009 – Documentation

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With the CIPD calculating that absenteeism costs £666 per employee per year and senior management in the UK believing almost half of sickness absence is not genuine (MidlandHR and FirstCare), the Health @ Work Summit 2009 can help you find out your causes for absence and learn how solving them affects your bottom line. With this renown event in its fourth year, Health @ Work Summit 2009 is the annual event for health and safety, occupational health, HR and wellbeing professionals, tackling all health issues from mental health and healthy lifestyles, to health and safety and musculoskeletal injuries.

This presentation brings together best practice case studies from award winning field leaders demonstrating how you can cost effectively increase wellbeing , improve vocational rehabilitation and reduce stress in your organisation.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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The “Health @ Work Summit 2009″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair

Peter Barnard, Registrar Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education

Session 2

Keynote Address: Sustainable Health for Sustainable Performance

Susan Cruse, Director of Leadership, Health & Sustainability, Employee Health and Performance GlaxoSmithKline

Session 3

Health Responsibility and Business Performance: A Global Wellness Culture

Dean Patterson, Health & Productivity Manager Unilever

Session 4

Supporting and Sustaining Employee Wellbeing through Healthcare Benefits

Grainne Bain, HR Director CIGNA HealthCare

Session 5

Developing Proactive Absence Management Methods on a Shoestring

Peter Barnard, Registrar Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education

Session 6

Occupational Health Delivery: Visibility, Engagement and Technology

Deborah McGrath, Occupational Health Business Partner E’ON

Session 7

The Sunday Times Best Place to Work: Healthcare and Wellbeing, How We Got There

John Morgan, Resource & Communications Director Heat Ltd

Session 8

Hard numbers versus measurable results

Oliver Patrick, Professional Head of Physiology Nuffield Health

Session 9

The Wellbeing Challenge – The Vodafone Approach

Eileen Roddis, Health, Safety & Environment Advisor Vodafone UK

Session 10

Work related Stress –What is the latest from HSE

Peter Kelly, Higher Occupational Health Psychologist HSE

Session 11

Tackling Stress at Organisational Level: Reviewing the HSE approach

Claire Tyers, Principal Research, Fellow Institute for Employment Studies

Andrea Broughton, Principal Research Fellow Institute for Employment Studies

Session 12

Resilience and Control for Less Stress and a Healthy Mind

Claire Barbary, Occupational Health and Wellbeing Manager BG Group

Session 13

Promoting Health and Safety and Implementing Behavioural Change

Laura Hague, Health & Safety Director Mott MacDonald Ltd

Session 14

The Ministerial Review for the Health of the NHS Workforce

Dr Steve Boorman, ad Reviewer NHS Health & Wellbeing Review

Session 15

The Legalities: Being Aware and Prepared

Peter Duff, Partner Shoosmiths

Session 16

The New HSE Strategy and the Impact on Occupational Health Service Provision

Professor Sayeed Khan, Chief Medical Advisor EEF & HSE Board Member

Session 17

NICE Guidance on Health and the Workplace

Professor Mike Kelly, Director, Centre for Public Health Excellence National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

Session 18

Absence: constructive ways of delivering benefits to the company and the individual; Whose problem is it really?

David Bingham, Group Chief Executive IPRS Group

Session 19

Working in Collaboration for Reduced MSDs & Backpain in your Working Environment

Dries Hettinga, Head of Research and Policy BackCare

Session 20

Putting Policy into Practice: Helping Colleagues to Toe the Line

Duncan Spencer, Safety Manager Waitrose

Session 21

Musculoskeletal Disorders: Risk Assessment and Reasonability

Sonja Schwartz, Occupational Health Manager Anglian Water Services Ltd

Session 22

Musculoskeletal Treatment, Engagement and Targeting your Health and Safety ampaigns

Gary Tideswell, Director of Wellbeing, Safety & Health Leeds University

Session 23

Promoting Wellbeing and Healthy Lifestyles

Peter Kennedy, Deputy Director, HR (Delivery) Welsh Assembly Government

Session 24

Developing an Integrated Healthy Culture for Employee Wellness

Dr David Batman, Head of Employee Wellness Nestlé UK Ltd

Session 25

Developing a Strategy for Mental Health and Work

Dame Carol Black, rector for Health at WorkHealth Work and Wellbeing

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