“Injury prevention is far better than cure! One injury can cost your organisation 10’s or 100’s of thousands of dollars. The total economic cost of workplace injury and illness in Australia for the 2012-13 financial year is estimated at $61.8 billion. For many the work environment is becoming less physically active, with approximately 67.3 per cent of the day being spent in sedentary activity. The economic cost of physical inactivity, in terms of lost productivity, was estimated at $9.3 billion in 2008.”
Save time and money and improve the health of your workforce!Corporate Work Health Australia develop and implement tailored health and safety, and health and wellness programs, to address specific organisational and employee needs. Our packages are individually designed and planned after meeting with your organisation and determining injury rates/costs, LTI’s, absenteeism and attrition rates and the health and wellbeing of your employees. All our programs are designed to provide strategies for YOUR organisation’s requirements and are not simply off the shelf programs. Corporate Work Health Australia is owned by Osteopath, Heath Williams and Physiotherapist, Wade Brennan. They are supported by a team of professionals made up of Doctors, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Naturopaths, Nutritionists, Exercise Physiologists, Remedial Massage Therapists, Personal Trainers and Yoga and Pilates Instructor.
Corporate Work Health Australia’s mission is simple:
Improved Staff Morale
Key areas we differ include:
1. Tailoring program design to suit specific company’s needs—currently employers feel there are too many ‘off-the-shelf’ products.
2. Upgrading the models of delivery (e.g. by providing multiple modes of delivery and breadth of services) to enable increased impact and integration.
3. Clarifying the program offerings and their evidence base at the commencement of a program and identifying how they will meet the need.
4. Robust and consistent monitoring and measurement of program performance – seeking input from employers and find out what is needed to support the value of the investment.
5. Quarterly meetings to re-assess figures and ensure our programs are providing results.