On-site Employee Health Checks (EHC's) are simple 15-minute checks aimed at helping staff understand risks associated with heart disease and Type 2 diabetes whilst offering preventive measures to lead healthier lives. EHC's assist employers in reducing absenteeism and injury. All Health Checks are conducted by trained health care professionals.
Your privacy is important: Employee Health Checks are completely confidential and help workers understand the risk of heart disease and Type 2 diabetes.
Health Check Benefits:
• Detailed identified company-wide report of organisational health on completion • Staff are informed about their risks for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease • Healthier workforce
• Improved reputation (A workplace that looks after their employees)
• Staff receive immediate results and advice on what to do next
• All checks are carried out by qualified professionals • Checks are completely confidential • Reduced absenteeism and injury
Health Check Sessions include:
• Blood pressure check • Blood glucose and cholesterol tests • Waist circumference • AUSDRISK Tool (Diabetes Risk)
• Information and advice based on results • A short, personal health questionnaire to assist the facilitator with lifestyle discussion on diet, activity, smoking & alcohol consumption habits
Site Promotion Plan:
BizHealth will work with management to coordinate the most suitable way to run the Health Checks at your sites. BizHealth will provide a bookings coordinator who will provide all sites with posters, flyers, booking sheets and other material to help run and manage the program effectively.
Why does my Business Need Health Checks?
280 Australians develop diabetes every day,(Diabetes Australia) which is 1 person every 5 minutes. There are many myths about diabetes which hinder education about how to prevent or be wary of the disease but Bizhealth Consultants help distinguish between the two, giving you the best chance to prevent such a disease.
Heart disease is prevalent throughout all ages in all industries. Staying informed about the most recent news about this disease could be the difference between life or death. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a major cause of death in Australia, with 45,392 deaths attributed to CVD in Australia in 2015 (Heart Foundation.org). Cardiovascular disease kills one Australian every 12 minutes.
Let us customise this service to suit your business needs and budgets!