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Many multinational companies have started to realise that workplace health training can prove very lucrative. However, non of the examples below use the full range of Occupational Fitness methods, indicating that our products could potentially deliver even greater results.

Case study1:

Standard Life
(private medical insurance)



What was done?

Working with external health management consultancies, Standard Life Healthcare developed an internal health and wellbeing strategy and programme.

  •  A healthier menu in the staff restaurant;
  • Subsidised on-site massages;
  • Subsidised after work fitness classes;
  •  Focus on nutrition, healthy eating initiatives in place to support potential reduction in body weight and stress
  • Access to online health and wellbeing information addressing stress, sleep, nutrition, physical activity and musculoskeletal health.



What were the business benefits?
  • Sickness absence reduced 26% at Bournemouth site;
  •  Employee self reports show dramatic improvements in job satisfaction (15.6%) and sleep profiles (8.1%), alongside significant improvements in nutrition, increased physical activity and stress.
  •  Standard Life Healthcare results show that the health status of employees is 7.1% higher than employees in similar business sectors.
Case study 2:

    British Gas (domestic fuels supplier)


What was done? 


  •  Back care workshops were introduced in 2005 to reduce absence attributed to back pain; 120 workshops were delivered over a two year period with over 1200 participants. The programme – now in Year five – has created sustainable benefits for employees and the business, meeting public and social policy objectives set by professional UK bodies.



What were the business benefits?

  •  Health and wellbeing indicators showed improvement in employee satisfaction, attendance management, occupational Health referrals, and work-related injuries and conditions.
  • Back related absence reduced by 43% in the 2005 cohort (n=300) one year after participation;
  • 73% of intervention group had no absence up to one year after participation;
  • 58% improved their attendance;

Both examples above are from the Health, work and well-being website and were implemented by a third party company or internally.


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