This week, Health Matters (Health & Safety) Ltd announced an exciting new contract with the Public Health Agency to provide and co-ordinate an effective Workplace Health and Wellbeing support service, to small medium and large businesses located within the Southern Trust, South Eastern Trust and Belfast Trust regions.
The contract will see Health Matters engage with local businessesproviding them with free support, educational workshops and training programmes. The ultimate aim ofthe initiative is to seek on-going commitment to improve the health, safety and well-being of employees within the workplace setting.
Mary Doran, Managing Director at Health Matters said, "We are thrilled to win this contract. Health Matters focus has always been on Health and to be in a position to be able to make such a positive influence through local workplaces is exciting. This is an excellent initiative by the Public Health Agency to encourage employers and employees to recognise not only the importance of preventing ill-health but also the key role the workplace can play in promoting general Health and Well-being. It will be our role to showcase how this can be done effectively without significantly costing the companies financially.
Health Matters have been growing substantially over the last few years securing business from both the private and public sectors and this announcement confirms our status as one of the leading businesses in the field of Health, Safety and Wellbeing"
The project has started in June 2016 and will run through to May 2019.
Registrations are limited so it is recommended that businesses wishing to ‘sign up’ should declare their interest as early as possible. This can be done online at www.healthmattersni.com