Health and wellbeing summit
Part of Lancashire Business View's Insight Series
Wednesday 19 June 2019
Brockholes Conference Centre
In partnership with
Join us and lead the debate on health and wellbeing in the workplace
This event will help to raise awareness of the importance of health and wellbeing in the workplace covering both physical and mental health discussions.
We’ll bring together a panel of key business experts to discuss health and wellbeing issues they face and how they have innovated to deal with challenges in this area.
The conversation will also bring together a panel of Lancashire’s health and wellbeing professionals so they can hear and understand the needs of business and share their knowledge and advice on keeping workforces healthy and happy.
If you’re a Lancashire employer or you work in the health and wellbeing sector and can support businesses with their agenda in this area, this is a must-attend event.
Lancashire Business View will report from the event and use the insight to produce its Health and Wellbeing Report in an extended feature in the July/August edition of the magazine.
The event will feature
Dr Sherry Kothari, director of the new £41m Lancaster University Health Innovation Campus who will reveal the vision for health innovation in the county.
Debate one – view from the businesses
Companies representing Lancashire’s key sectors will be featured to discuss health and wellbeing and how it is affecting their businesses.
What support do they have to address their needs?
What impact is health and wellbeing having on their workplace, now and in the future?
Is the sector able to support their needs? How have they innovated to ensure success in this area?
- Krissy Fremont, HR manager, Birchall Foodservice
- Alison Chesworth, business development, EKM
- Nick Howarth, employee benefits consultant, Mattioli Woods
- Paul Nugent, managing director, Nugent Sante
- Sunny Sandwell, director, Sunshine Events
Debate two – view from the professionals
Sector professionals will share their experience and advice on what support is available for businesses to tap into.
They will offer guidance and strategic insight on keeping Lancashire’s workforce healthy, happy and productive.
- Phil Denney, head of occupational health and wellbeing,East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
- Samantha Winder, programme manager, Health Innovation Campus, Lancaster University
- Mel Joseph, founder and director, Mente Health
- Tom Wilcox, marketing manager, Physiofusion
- Jackie Robinson, director, The Balance Approach
- Sally Leech, founder, The Menopause Club
We’ll conclude the morning with a final panel to assess the key points and what the calls to action are to ensure health and wellbeing success.
Just £10 +VAT