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Examples of Health and Well-being Projects Delivered by SMP

English Table Tennis Association: re-structuring organisation, pay and reward systems Medical Research Council: process improvements for researching health projects Greenwich NHS PCT: attitude and motivation seminar for team-working NHS: improve HR quality management process and senior management development Sussex County Cricket
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The University of Brighton Joins Jamie Oliver’s Drive to cut Sugar Consumption

University of Brighton is the First University in the Country to Launch a Campaign to Cut Sugar Consumption – and it is Being Backed by Jamie Oliver. The renowned chef, who launched the Sugar Smart drive, has sent staff and students
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Strength and Balance Exercises for Healthy Ageing

Source: Age UK The exercise instructions and advice presented in this exercise booklet are for general information purposes only, and is in no way intended as a substitute for professional medical advice specific to any individual case.

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Strategies for Wellbeing and Managing Work-life Balance

In his book Managing work-life balance1 David Clutterbuck defines work-life balance as: being aware of different demands on time and energy having the ability to make choices in the allocation of time and energy knowing what values to apply to
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Managing Disability

What is disability? Disability is defined in different ways for different purposes. In the UK and for employment purposes, the definition is contained in the Equality Act 2010: a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment
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First Aid at Work

The Role of a First Aider First Aiders are employees who have been trained in accordance with standards set by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE). Their role is to provide first aid assistance to colleagues if they suffer the
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A Scoping Review of Multiple Studies Reveals Various Strategies that can Potentially Reduce the Intake of Discretionary (Junk) Food in Adults and Children

Nowadays, it is difficult to avoid eating junk food, considering that it is widely accessible and is the subject of highly attractive marketing schemes. It is almost common knowledge that addictions to junk food can lead to obesity and increase your
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Speak up Against Cancer

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Stress Risk Assesment

Employers have a general duty of care towards their employees. They also have to “ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health safety and welfare of employees and others affected by their work” (HSWA 74) The Management Regulations (MHSWR
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The law on health and safety at work

Source: CIPD There are a vast number of different statutes governing safety issues, but health and safety is not only governed by legislation. Under what is known as ‘common law’ all employers have a duty of care imposed on them
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