360° workplace health.

Workplace health initiatives must focus on all areas of health and wellbeing to drive value to both the employee and employer.
That’s why we have developed a 360° approach to workplace health.

  • Body Composition

    Body Composition

    Body composition is the ratio of your muscle, fat, water and bones within your body. Many of the risk factors for being obese are present within the workplace (poor nutrition, inactivity and high stress).

    Did you know? Obesity rates in the UK have doubled since the 1980’s.

  • Musculoskeletal Health

    Musculoskeletal Health

    The musculoskeletal system includes our bones, joints, muscles and connective tissues. This provides support, stability, and movement to the body. The most common type of musculoskeletal disorder back pain. (Health Survey for England., 2018)

    Did you know? 6.6 Million working days were lost due to work-related MSK in 2017/2018 (Labour Force Survey., 2018)

  • Lifestyle Health

    Lifestyle Health

    Lifestyle health includes all of our health behaviours. Within lifestyle health, we focus on sleep, nutrition, physical activity, hydration, smoking, alcohol intake and sedentary behaviour.

    Did you know? All of these health behaviours are associated with our physical health, mental health and productivity

  • Cardiovascular Health

    Cardiovascular Health

    Cardiovascular health is the condition of the heart and its surrounding vessels. Good cardiovascular health indicates a low risk of heart attacks, heart disease and strokes.

    Did you know? Cardiovascular diseases impacts people of a 'working age': 17% of deaths from CVD occur in people <65 years of age (Nichols et al., 2012)

  • Mental Health

    Mental Health

    Our mental health is comprised of our emotional, psychological and general well-being. Common mental health problems include stress, anxiety and depression. Many common mental health problems are preventable with the right approach.

    Did you know? The current costs to UK businesses from poor mental health have increased by 34.75% when compared to 2006 (Centre for Mental Health., 2017)

  • Energy Levels

    Energy Levels

    Our daily energy levels are determined by multiple factors, many of which are in the individual’s control. Employees presenting with low energy levels often are highly stressed, sleeping insufficiently, inactive and eating poorly.

    Did you know? 51% of employees have experienced burnout or anxiety in their current job role (YouGov 2015)

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