2020 health and wellbeing calendarPlanning your health and wellbeing strategy for the months ahead as we begin to return to work?  Our health and wellbeing calendar is a great place to start. Using global and national health awareness campaigns provides a strong foundation for your wellbeing strategy, ensuring your health promotion messages are relevant and on-point.

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  1. Start by picking the key health campaigns you’d like to promote in your workplace. Some of the most popular wellbeing awareness days in the months ahead are:2020 health and wellbeing calendar
  • 8th – 14th June: Healthy Eating week
  • 8th – 14th June: Diabetes Week
  • 8th August: Cycle to work day
  • 9th – 15th September: Know your numbers week
  • October: Stoptober
  • 1st – 5th October: National work life week
  • 10th Oct: World mental health day
  • 18th October: World menopause day
  • 8th – 12th October: Back care awareness week
  • 13th – 19th October: International vegetarian week
  • November: Men’s health awareness month
  • 2nd – 6th November: National stress awareness week
  • 11th – 17th November: Alcohol awareness week
  • Dry January
  • 6th February: Time to talk day
  • 12th March: World sleep day
  • 18th – 18th March: Nutrition and hydration week
  • April: Stress awareness month
  • 7th April: World Health Day
  • 28th April: World day for safety and health at work
  • 13th – 20th: Mental Health Awareness Week

 

  1. Plan wellbeing activities that will engage your workforce

Look for a mix of approaches to suit different learning styles and reach the widest possible employee audience such as:

  • Wellbeing posters (by completing the form you will receive a new workplace wellbeing poster each month.)
  • Health & wellbeing workshops and webinars (get in touch to request our menu of topics)
  • Employee health checks such as blood pressure checks, body composition testing or blood tests such as Vitamin D, Cholesterol and Blood Glucose
  • Wellness Challenges to create a buzz and some friendly competition
  • Wellbeing Roadshows with a mix of drop-ins and activities held on the same day.

 

  1. Promote your wellbeing strategy across the organisation

Planning your health and wellbeing calendar will make it easier to communicate your strategy to employees and get senior management support for your wellbeing strategy. Promote your employee health campaigns and activities well in advance to build anticipation and engagement.

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