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KEY INFORMATION Better Health at Work

STATUS - Active
The North East Better Health at Work Award (BHAWA) is a regional award scheme that has been running since 2009.  By working in partnership with workplaces, health improvement specialists seek to maximise opportunities for health improvement.  
BHAWA gives recognition to workplaces in the North East Region which actively promote workplace health.
 
The Better Health at Work Award recognises the efforts of local employers in addressing health issues within the workplace. The overall objective is to highlight the value of a strong focus on managing health for all organisations and encourage effective communications with employees and line managers to identify threats to well-being and develop a robust understanding of the causes of absence in order to ensure effective and timely interventions. 
 
This solution is led by Newcastle City Council as part of the Hub & Spoke model operated by NEPO.  Read more about Hub & Spoke on our  About Us  page. 
REFERENCE
NEPO604
START DATE
01/03/2016
CURRENT END DATE
31/03/2020
FINAL END DATE SUBJECT TO EXTENSION(S)
31/03/2020
CONTRACT AWARD NOTICE
SUPPLIERS
TUC
AVAILABLE FOR USE BY
Restricted to NEPO Member Authorities

KEY CONTACT

Stephen Roberts (MCIPS)
Procurement Manager

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