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Workplace health

Belfast physio helps hospice colleagues get physically fit

News item - Posted on 25/01/2017

25 January 2017 A physio at Belfast’s Marie Curie Hospice plans to build on a fitness week for staff by arranging ongoing exercise ...

Physios launch Workout at Work winter special

News item - Posted on 06/01/2017

6 January 2017 NHS staff in Warwickshire enjoyed their W@WD exercise sessions so much that physiotherapists have devised a special ...

Northern Ireland invests £462,000 in better workplace health

News item - Posted on 07/09/2016

7 September 2016 Northern Ireland’s workforce will have access to lunchtime exercises, weight loss programmes and cycle to work ...

Give older staff equal opportunities, says NICE

News item - Posted on 24/03/2016

24 March 2016 Employers should give all their staff the same opportunity to train and develop new skills – no matter how old they are. ...

Physiotherapy Works: fitness for work

Page - Posted on 07/03/2016

Physiotherapy enables people to stay in or return to work. ...

Download Physiotherapy Works for Fitness for Work

Publication - Posted on 01/03/2016

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TUC congress: End workplace discrimination against pregnant women, says CSP

News item - Posted on 16/09/2015

16 September 2015 The CSP has called for action to improve the rights of pregnant women and new mothers at work. ...

Is standing the new sitting?

Frontline article - Posted on 15/06/2015

CSP adviser adviser Jenny Nissler considers the latest evidence on the benefits of standing at work. An expert consensus ...

Back to Work: Laran Chetty and the health and work centre

Frontline article - Posted on 16/02/2015

Robert Millett visits a CSP award-winning occupational health service that provides staff with specialist physiotherapy management and holistic care. ...

CSP responds to workplace health statistics

Press Release - Posted on 29/10/2014

29 October 2014 New statistics on work-related injury and illness from the Health and Safety Executive show the need for a 'renewed ...

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