Workplace Health and Wellbeing Conference

Coming soon - Adelphi House, Salford

“Workplace health and wellbeing programmes such as exercise, healthy eating and stop smoking support can make a real difference. Successful programmes such as these have been found to return £2 to £10 for every £1 spent.” – Public Health England

More than 25 million days were lost to workplace related ill health last year. Employers who fail to invest in the physical and mental wellbeing of their workers risk both financial loss and major challenges in the recruitment and retention of staff.

The Health and Safety Executive estimates that 12.5 million working days were lost to stress, depression or anxiety in 2016/17, a significant increase from the previous year. The NHS Five Year Forward View for Mental Health calls for greater “mental health promotion within workplaces”.

Join us for the Workplace Health and Wellbeing Conference 2018 where leading experts will explain how to ensure your workforce is healthy and engaged. Learn techniques for improving the mental health of your staff, see what support is available for SME’s and understand how investing in wellbeing can deliver tangible financial results.

  • Coming soon
  • 09:00 - 16:30
  • Adelphi House, Salford - Directions
  • From £249 +VAT
Learning Outcomes
  • To better understand the duty placed on employers to ensure the health and wellbeing of its workforce.
  • How to create a culture where all members of staff become more aware of our own mental health, other people’s mental health and how to cope with our own and other people’s mental health when it fluctuates.
  • The role of employers in creating a positive and supportive workplace culture, free from stigma.
  • Find out how to ensure your workforce is healthy and engaged.
  • Discover initiatives on how to reduce workplace stress.
  • Learn how to develop the right environment that encourages positive wellbeing.
  • Hear from examples of best practice which can then be adopted in your place of work.
  • Identify opportunities and strategies for supporting the health and wellbeing of the staff.
  • Understand the potential that workplace architecture has in promoting a happy, healthy workforce.
  • Discover the impact of physical activity on employee wellbeing and how workplace initiatives can encourage better health.
  • Find out how to produce, implement and communicate a mental health at work plan.
  • Explore how those responsible for staff wellbeing activity can use research findings to develop priorities for the workplace.
Who Should Attend
  • Directors of HR
  • Heads of Employee Engagement
  • Heads of Employee Wellbeing
  • Heads of HR
  • Health and Well-being advisers
  • Occupational Therapists

We do not accept delegate registrations from suppliers.


"It was really beneficial to learn about the latest initiates and approaches in the sector"

"The day was very informative and thought provoking"

"The content and quality of the speakers was excellent"

"This was a great event to network with a large number of like-minded professionals"

This year's Sponsors

    Hugh Blackwood
    Sheraz Mahmood