Six Finalists to showcase their programmes at the 5th Global Healthy Workplace Awards & Summit on 2nd September 2017 in Singapore.
We are delighted to announce that our six Finalists for the 5th Global Healthy Workplace Awards and Summit have now been selected. The quality of applications was exceptionally high, with judges having considerable difficulty in selecting the final six this year!
The 2017 Awards Finalists are:
SME: Lincoln Industries (USA), LGAQ (Australia)
Large: ABFRL Madura (India), Jemena (Australia)
Multinational: Chevron (USA), Lendlease (Australia)
All Finalists are invited to Singapore on September 2nd for the 5th Global Healthy Workplace Awards & Summit to present their programme with a chance to win recognition as the company with the best workplace health programme across the globe. At the Summit one Finalist from each category will be declared winner of the prestigious Global Healthy Workplace Award and will featured in a twelve-month promotional programme highlighting their work for the benefit of replication for others.
The Global Healthy Workplace Awards is designed for organisations implementing programs that excel in the creation of healthy workplaces. The Awards program allows employers to compare and benchmark their programs to the global standard and, if successful, to celebrate their achievement. Award winners are able to distinguish themselves as an employer-of-choice when attracting new talent or in retaining existing employees. With an emphasis on both universal relevance and adaptability to local conditions, the Awards demonstrate an employer’s focus on promoting a safe and healthy work environment.
The Awards and Summit, now in its fifth year is hosted by the Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces (GCHW) with Singapore’s Health Promotion Board of the Ministry of Health and sponsored by Cigna Foundation, Optum and Aetna. The event follows on from the success of Washington DC 2016, Florianopolis 2015, Shanghai 2014 and London 2013 and takes place immediately prior to the World Congress on Safety & Health. As well as the Awards finalists’ presentations, the Summit will examine integrating health and safety (holistic approach to healthy workplaces), and the publication of two reports on relevance to NGOs and the perspective of investors.
The Summit will be followed by a half day Global Alliance Roundtable (invitation only) on 3rd September, which is co-hosted by the GCHW and FIESC/SESI.
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