- identify a member of staff from your workforce to become the ‘Workplace health and well-being champion’
- gain managerial support to commit to Worcestershire Works Well
The role of the ‘Workplace health and well-being champion’ will be to lead and co-ordinate Worcestershire Works Well within your organisation. The ‘Workplace Health and well-being champion’ needs to either be able to liaise with and be supported by a member of management or be part of your management structure. This is to ensure that the necessary changes within the organisation are possible.
On receipt of your submission form you will be allocated a Worcestershire Works Well representative who will contact you to arrange an on-site visit. The on-site visit will involve the representative discussing the toolkit and Standards with you in full detail. They will also offer support throughout the process and be your first point of call if you have any queries.
To achieve accreditation for each level you will need to submit your evidence to the Worcestershire Works Well panel.
After achieving each Level of the standard you will receive a certificate that recognises your achievements and you will also be able to use the Worcestershire Works Well logo, which will show the level that you have achieved.
Once you achieve level 3, you will be asked to resubmit evidence annually.
As well as support from your allocated Worcestershire Works Well representative your nominated Workplace health and well-being champion will be invited to attend bi-annual forums.
If you would like more about Worcestershire Works Well please contact email@example.com.