Health @ Work Summit 2011 – Documentation

£29.00 ex VAT

This event has been specially designed for HR and occupational health professionals to examine how improvements in employee health can improve engagement, productivity and the organisations bottom line.

This timely event has been specifically designed to address all of your workplace health related issues; from legal liabilities and responsibilities and examples of high impact ways to reduce sickness absence, to training managers to notice and support employees with mental health problems and looking at the ROI of holistic wellness programmes. The conference programme features best practice case studies from PepsiCo, BT, Mars, BP, and GlaxoSmithKline, to name a few.

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 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Examining the Link betwee Silver Sponsors between Health and Productivity

Richard Heron, VP Health

BP plc

Session 2

Creating Clarity and Support to Manage Long Term Absence

John Marsden, Chief Medical Officer


Session 3

Getting Long Term Sick Back to Work

Fiona King, Occupational Health Business Partner


Session 4

Impacting Health Culture through Energy and Resilience

Adrian Chojnacki, Vice President Employee Health Management


 Session 5

How Line Managers Can Manage Mental Health Issues

Catherine Kilfedder, Group Health Adviser


Session 6

The Impact of the Recession on Employee Health

Stephen Bevan, Managing Director

Work Foundation

Session 7

Mediation and Workplace Counselling

Andrew Kinder, Executive Committee Member

BACP Workplace

Session 8 Employment Law UpdateLouise Fernandes-Owen, Senior Associate and Olivia Baxendale Solicitor Field FisherWaterhouse LLP
Session 9

Wellbeing – No Longer the ‘Nice to Have’: Building the business case for wellness

David Batman, Head of Employee Wellness


Session 10

Employers Responsibility During Chronic Disease and Long Term Conditions

Dr Davina Deniszczyc, Professional Head of Physicians

Nuffield Health

Session 11

Cost-effective Intervention to Improve Health and Performance: The Evidence

Dr Richard Preece Fellow National Institute for Health and Clinical


Session 12

Using Wellbeing Initiatives to Tackle Absence

Nicky Richards HR Manager Legal & General

Assurance Society Ltd

Session 13

Holistic Approaches to Silver Sponsors Wellbeing Learning

Ban Media Partner: Banu Gajendran Occupational Health & Safety Manager


Session 14

Early Intervention: MSD’s Psychological and MSD’s, Cardio Vascular Risk

Andy Buxton, Health and Wellbeing Manager

National Grid

Session 15

Enabling Employees to take Control of their Own Health

Zoe Eccleston Health and Wellness Manager



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