Workplace Wellbeing Charter

On average, people in the UK work 36 hours per week, this means that for 46% of each waking day, our working environment is influencing our mood and emotions.


Wellbeing starts in the workplace

The Charter is a national workplace health, safety and wellbeing award, established in 2009, which has helped well over 1000 organisations benchmark against best-practice standards.

The accreditation includes a range of staff interviews and an audit across eight standards: Leadership, Absence Management, Health and Safety, Mental Health, Smoking, Physical Activity, Healthy Eating and Alcohol.

Organisations receive certification and recognition as an employer of choice, plus advice and recommendations on how to make improvements as part of a comprehensive post-assessment report.









New website launching soon...

We’re currently building our new website, which will have even more useful tools and information on workplace wellbeing, as part of a really exciting update and re-brand of the Charter.

For existing users only, who have already registered on the existing website, please click here to log back in.

If you would like more information on the Charter or you would like to be accredited with the award please call us on 0151236 6608 or register your interest below.