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Healthier Workplaces

Promoting the wellbeing of your employees is good management and leads to a healthy and productive workplace. There are lots of resources out there to help you plan and implement strategies to promote health and wellbeing.
 

Useful links
and resources

business in the community
Business in the Community provide a number of toolkits to help you plan. Some of these are available without having to register and include mental health, drugs, alcohol and tobacco and musculoskeletal health.


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Workplace Wellbeing Charter
This is a free opportunity for employers to demonstrate their commitment to the health and wellbeing of their workforce. The charter provides employers with a clear guide on how to make workplaces a supportive and productive environment.

mental health at work

Mental Health at Work is your first stop to find documents, guides, tips, videos, courses, podcasts, templates and information from key organisations across the UK, all aimed at helping you get to grips with workplace mental health. Mental Health at Work is free to use for anyone, without registering or signing up to anything.

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Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria Suicide Prevention
See what local support is available for employers.

Living Streets logo
Living Streets is a national charity working in Blackpool, trying to embed the culture of walking into workplaces.

British Heart Foundation logo

The British Heart Foundation have a number of resources that can be downloaded and printed for health and wellbeing events.

What Works Wellbeing
How can you tell if you’re getting the most wellbeing benefit for the cost of the intervention? Use this how to guide and calculator from the What Works Centre for Wellbeing.


If you’re planning a wellbeing event for your staff, there may be some local services that can attend on the day. Please contact the Blackpool Public Health Team and we’ll do our best to help. We may also have campaign material that we can share with you.

If you’re not sure where to start with improving health and wellbeing in your workplace, please get in touch.

If you want to know what other support is out there for your business, visit Blackpool Unlimited at https://blackpoolunlimited.com/

 

 

Training – coming soon


 

STI Symptom Checker


  • Unusual discharge
  • Pain, burning or increase in weeing
  • Rashes, lumps or blisters
  • Stinging, itching or tingling
  • Pain and/or bleeding during sex
  • Bleeding after sex

  • Pain in the testicles (balls)
  • Pain or tenderness in the lower tummy
  • Irregular bleeding
  • Strong, unpleasant smell from the vagina after sex
  • Painful swelling of penis, testicles or foreskin
  • Brown eggs on pubic or other body hair
  • No Symptoms

Get tested if you have any of these symptoms, a sexual partner has symptoms or you’re worried after having sex without a condom. Many STIs have no symptoms at all, like HIV. The only way to know for sure is to get tested.