Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingBallarat Community Health is a not-for-profit organisation that is committed to promoting health and wellbeing in the community and providing quality and affordable health care. The nominee, Louise Feery is the Team Leader of the Healthy Lifestyle Team and manages approximately 15 staff in areas of Community Nursing, Health Promotion & Wellbeing, Exercise Programs, Research/Evaluation and Workplace Health. Louise has shown outstanding leadership across the organisation to drive the development and implementation of the organisation's Staff Health & Wellbeing Program as well as being a strong advocate for health and wellbeing initiatives in the community and regional workplaces.
Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingDiscussing and recommending the 6 day WorkSafe Managers and Supervisors course to the City Of Greater Geelong. Having them place a number of their managers through the course was an effort to coordinate dates and times. This was the largest group to go through a program as such.
Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingCorporate Fitness Australia provides fitness programs that make a positive difference within the workplace. The programs are specifically designed to improve the health and wellbeing of all staff within an organisation or business. Our current 'Healthy Staff- Healthy Business' Campaign Builds personal and team development, improves workplace productivity and creates a healthy positive working environment.
Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingSunbury Community Health Centre (SCHC) is a not-for-profit, community-owned organisation serving Sunbury and surrounds. More than 230 staff and volunteers provide a range of health and community services within a social model of health including: counselling, early childhood education, family day care, dentistry, adult and childhood allied health, health promotion initiatives and residential aged care. SCHC believes in order to ensure that we provide the best services to our clients; our staff should be given varied opportunities to enhance their wellbeing. We are committed to initiatives with measurable outcomes and to reviewing strategies to ensure learnings convert to quality improvements.
Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingJemena is a unique Australian infrastructure company that builds, owns and maintains a combination of major electricity, gas and water assets. Millions of Australians rely on us to deliver their gas and electricity – all day, every day. We are backed by over 1,300 committed and passionate employees across the country, approx. 800 of which are based in Victoria. Jemena is an aboriginal word which means ‘to hear, listen and think’ and guides the way we interact with each other and our customers. Health & Safety is a core value at Jemena. In living this value we established a preventative health program, Health4Life, two years ago. The program is designed to educate and empower employees to make healthy lifestyle choices so they can lead healthy, happy and fulfilling lives.
Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingThe City of Stonnington recognises that the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees are integral to the achievement of our strategic goals and that healthy workers are productive workers. A strong health, safety and wellbeing culture in our organisation is a vital precursor to reducing injuries and improving general wellbeing. In an effort to promote health and wellbeing amongst all employees, the City of Stonnington conducts a health and wellbeing program annually.
Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingThe WorkHealth Grant allowed us to implement a program that has triggered some long term initiatives. Narelle instigated the application for the grant and coordinated the program that rolled out across the organisation. Narelle's high level of organisation delivered well thought out programs. Pinarc Disability Support provides a broad range of programs to individuals from the whole of life span. We provide specialist allied health consultation, recreation, day programs and individual support in the community. Narelle instigated Pinarc's entry to the grant.
Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingCity of Boroondara (CoB) is one of Victoria's largest metropolitan Councils with 900+ staff. CoB's objective is to develop and promote the City's social and economic growth and sustainability. Council's services are designed to meet community needs from infancy to retirement and beyond; therefore a strong and healthy workforce is paramount. CoB know that staff are its most important asset and that their health and wellbeing is crucial to meeting the needs of the community. CoB has an established "It's Your Working Life" health and well being program (H&WB) which was designed to promote H&WB through a variety of activities.
Commitment to Workplace Health and WellbeingAs Victoria’s largest regional stand-alone TAFE, The Gordon has been helping people gain real skills for real jobs for 125 years. The Gordon aims to provide quality vocational education and training which: • Promotes the prosperity and competitiveness of industry • Enhances the potential of individuals to achieve their vocational objectives and other life goals • Serves the economic and social needs of the general community. As an Employer of Choice, The Gordon’s comprehensive Health and Wellbeing program is an example of an innovative, integrated approach to creating and maintaining a healthy and safe environment for staff and students.
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