Health, Safety, and Happiness at Work
Beyond Safety helps employers cultivate a sustainable workplace culture that prioritizes the well-being of the number one asset, the workers.
This 8 hour course teaches employers how to create an individualized workplace wellness and safety program to:
· Prevent work-related injuries and illnesses
· Increase loyalty
· Reduce turnover
· Improve productivity
· Lower costs
· Create a healthy and happy organization.
Currently Beyond Safety is offering a FREE training session to 5 small businesses owners. Space is limited.
When: 6 Nov 2014 from 9-5p
Where: Labor Center in Berkeley, CA at 2521 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA 94720.
For more information or to register please contact Dr. Jayshree Chander here.
This one time offer of a free training opportunity is being partially supported by the Work@Health program of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Preserving well-being requires long term thinking and prioritization of health, safety, and happiness. Health care costs account for a rising share of resources that could be devoted to more productive uses such as wages, capital expenditures, and business operations. The best way to control medical costs is to improve employee health and decrease workplace injuries. Workplace wellness programs increase productivity, lower absenteeism, and control medical insurance premiums and worker compensation claims. Studies show a return on investment within 3-5 years. The Beyond Safety training program will teach your organization how to build an effective worksite health, safety, and happiness program that fits your organizational and employee needs.
Through fiscal year 2015 The Affordable Care Act offers new incentives to promote workplace wellness programs and encourage employers to create healthier workplaces, including grant funds to assist small employers. For more information visit www.dol.gov/
- Ergonomics assessment
- Toxics Exposure Prevention
- Injury Prevention
- Infectious Agents Exposure Prevention
- Occupational Sleep Deprivation
- Occupational Physical Activity Deprivation
- Occupational Malnutrition
- Occupational Fatigue
- Occupational Obesity
- Occupational Alcohol and Drug Use
- Tobacco Addiction
- Occupational Vitamin D Deficiency
Please Note: Doctor Chander cannot practice medicine via the internet; no matter how hard she presses on the keyboard she won't be able to feel your pulse. Doctor Chander will not dispense medical advice via email - if you have health concerns please schedule a consultation or see your doctor. For full disclaimer please see Disclaimer Page.