HEPA Europe Webinars 2018
Monitoring the state of workplace HEPA promotion: An example from Finland
PhD, senior advisor Matleena Livson, The Finnish Olympic Committee
Webinar held on May 23, 2018
The Employee Exercise Barometer has been conducted almost biannually since 2002. The data is collected by interviewing a sample of employees and employers on how HEPA is promoted in their workplaces.
The monitoring shows that HEPA has been supported in most workplaces over the years with the increasing monetary investment. However, there are severe gaps in the systematic planning and evaluation of the implementation.
Join the 45-minute webinar to learn more about how the Barometer is being carried out; what are the key findings from 2017 and how the findings are being utilized in Finnish workplace HEPA promotion.
The webinar is part of the HEPA Europe’s working group “Workplace HEPA Promotion” activities and is provided by the UKK institute for Health Promotion Research.
Webinar recording freely available
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Lecture duration: 57 minutes.
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Webinar brochure (pdf)
September 2018 (date to be confirmed)
PEROSH and Wellbeing at Work
Presenters: Members of the PEROSH WB group
PEROSH stands for the Partnership for European Research in Occupational Safety and Health. One of the joint research projects run from the PEROSH network deals with Wellbeing at Work, within which scientific representatives from five European countries have developed a set of initiatives aimed at improving working lives.
During this webinar, members of the PEROSH WB group will present an overview PEROSH and then focus on its wellbeing programme. In particular, the PEROSH perspective of Wellbeing, ”good jobs”, the Wellbeing ”Tree” and the Wellbeing at Work conference series which will see its 5th edition in 2019.We hope you can join us!
Registration will open later.
For more information, please contact
Education and Development Director, UKK Institute
+358 44 288 2123
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