The business case for developing wellbeing at site level is clear and includes benefits such as better performing staff, fewer sick days taken and a lower staff turnover. Many companies can demonstrate the link between improved wellbeing, reduced costs and better financial performance. Poor mental health alone is estimated to cost the UK economy between £70 and £100 billion a year.
The new CIRIA guidance focuses on the component areas of mind, culture, body and physical environment to identify how to improve performance in them. The guide also includes a baseline tool that can be used to plan actions and track performance and a series of awareness raising slides to help communicate the strategy to the target audiences. Taken together these elements of the guide will enable construction companies or sites to develop a comprehensive wellbeing strategy and improve their performance.
This event will discuss the issues raised in C782D, the key concepts and content.
Delegates at this event will:
09:00 Chairman's Introduction, Joe Croft, Head of Environmental and Sustainability, Overbury and Morgan Lovell
09:10 Author presentations
09:40 Case study presentations:
- Greg Chant-Hall, Associate, Square Gain
- Sam Hall, Director, Sustainability in Partnership
- Ruth Pott, Mental Health and Well Being Director, BAM Nuttall Ltd
- Stephen Haynes, Head of Programme, Mates in Mind
Who should attend
Site staff, Sustainability managers, Safety, health and environment managers, Health and wellbeing managers, Occupational health managers, Human resources managers, Corporate responsibility managers, Site managers
Tuesday 30th April 2019
09:00 - 10:30
Registration closes on Monday 29th at 12.00
1 New Street Square,
London, EC4A 3HQ
Free for CIRIA members
£50+VAT for all other attendees
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