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This practical resource has been developed by Regional Public Health to assist workplaces to implement a health and wellness programme (2012).
Guidelines for employers on how to achieve Breastfeeding Friendly Workplaces certification.
Caffeine: This Health Promotion Agency ‘Behind the Hype’ information sheet highlights the effect caffeine can have on the body, the amount of caffeine in common food and drinks, and who should limit their intake…
Provides step by step instructions to calculate a return on investment for workplace wellness programmes.
Sport Northland’s Active Workplace Programme supports workplaces to create a healthier environment for staff, through an interactive 12 month plan and more intensive support over this period (2016).
Tags: Adults, Programme
Workplaces can use this Ministry of Health guidance to assist them in the promotion of healthy eating and physical activity for good health and wellbeing, and support a healthy, productive workforce.
These Ministry of Health guidelines provide guidance on supporting breastfeeding mothers returning to work.
These healthy beverage guidelines developed by the Health Promotion Agency, are intended to assist workplaces to support the health of their staff by improving the quality of beverages available in the workplace.
The Ministry of Health’s Healthy Food and Drink Policy for Organisations helps workplaces see what a good food and drink policy might include.
Tags: Drinks, Policy
SAFELY spells out the key components of host responsibility at work social events for employers and gives advice for ensuring the safety of staff.
These resources developed by the Health Promotion Agency provide low or no-cost ways to encourage staff to sit less and move more in the workplace.
Tags: Poster, Resources, Sitting/Sedentary Behaviour
These resources developed by the Health Promotion Agency provide low or no-cost ways to encourage bus, taxi and truck drivers to sit less and stand more to improve their health.
Tags: Resources, Sitting/Sedentary Behaviour
This report summarises the learnings from a South Canterbury workplace wellness project (2012).
Tags: Programme, Research
These guidelines have been developed by the Heart Foundation to support caterers to provide healthier food in workplace cafeterias.
Published on 19 April in the BMJ The conclusion from this study found: Cycle commuting was associated with a lower risk of CVD, cancer, and all cause mortality. Walking commuting was associated with a lower risk of…
Tags: active transport, cancer, cardiovascular, physical activity
Individual, employment and psychosocial factors influencing walking to work: Implications for intervention design. Authors: Emma J. Adams*, Dale W. Esliger, Ian M. Taylor, Lauren B. Sherar (UK) A number of individu…
Tags: Walking, active transport, workplace
Rise and Recharge is an Australian app developed by Baker IDI that makes you the boss of your chair with fun reminders to stand up and tips for what to do while you’re standing.
Tags: Sitting/Sedentary Behaviour, Social Marketing