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Health and wellbeing measurement tool on show at free-to-attend workshops in June.

  • 1000-1500 hrs
  • 23 June, ORR offices, Manchester 
  • 30 June, RSSB offices, London

RSSB has designed an innovative support tool to enable rail companies to accurately assess the true cost of employee sickness and absence and measure the savings they could achieve by increasing investment in occupational health services.

Specifically created for the rail industry, the new Cost Benefit Analysis Support Tool will enable health specialist to show how boosting spending on health and wellbeing initiatives can deliver bottom-line savings.

Currently, for every £13 lost to sickness and absence in the rail industry, just £1 is spent on health supporting initiatives.

Rail industry representatives will be able to learn more about the support tool and the business benefits of health and wellbeing investment at two RSSB-hosted workshops in June.

The workshops will be led by Dr Bridget Juniper, chair of the rail industry’s Health Economics Group. Dr Juniper, who has previously worked with train operators to develop and deliver effective wellbeing programmes, will be supported by members of the Railway Health and Wellbeing Roadmap team.

With a mixture of presentations and interactive sessions, the workshops will provide networking opportunities for occupational health specialists, wellbeing professionals and other decision makers with responsibility for the welfare of employees.

For more information and how to register for the workshops, contact Darryl Hopper at RSSB, tel: 020 3142 5300.

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