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HealthyWork - The heart of good business

A one day conference that will challenge, inspire and expand your understanding of worker health and wellbeing.

Location

SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland

Pricing information

$600+GST

HealthyWork is back for 2016

When we talk about health and safety, the ‘health’ part of the equation is often forgotten. That’s despite the fact that work-related illness kills 10 times as many of us as work-related accidents.

Effectively managing the health and wellbeing of our workers and workplaces has a significant positive effect on staff engagement, safety and productivity.

Thomson Reuters, publisher of Safeguard and Employment Today is proud to bring HealthyWork back for 2016. After a highly successful inaugural event, attended by over 100 safety, health, HR and wellbeing professionals, HealthyWork 2016 will challenge, inspire and expand your understanding of worker health and wellbeing.

We are delighted to announce two fantastic international keynotes:

Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Founder of Robertson Cooper and Good Day at Work, is a world-leading expert in wellbeing at work. Cary will be joining the conference via videolink.

Monash University recently won the World’s Healthiest Workplace at the Global Healthy Workplace Awards in June this year. Go inside their award-winning programme with Dr Vicki Ashton, Occupational Health Physician and Chief Medical Officer, and Anne Ohlmus, Wellbeing and Sustainability Engagement Manager.

In addition, you’ll hear from WorkSafe New Zealand and a number of excellent award-winning case studies.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME.

When: 18 November 2016

Where:SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland (Auckland Rooms 1 & 2, Level 4) Your investment; $600.00 + GST

There are a limited number of sponsorship opportunities for this event. If you are interested in profiling your brand at HealthyWork, email Jacqueline.Ngatai@thomsonreuters.com

For any other questions please contact Annette Vao on 09 3618925..