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Strong wellbeing policies can boost efficiency

24th October 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Strong policies on health and wellbeing can improve the efficiency of organisations.

This is according to the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Isle of Man Branch, which is holding an event on the island later this month.

Two people were killed on the Isle of Man last year (2012/13), 95 people suffered major injuries and 112 people were absent from work due to injuries sustained at their workplace.

Tony Quayle, chair of the IOSH Isle of Man Branch, said: "Business and local government need to work together to raise awareness and support good health and safety management across the Isle of Man."

Mr Quayle said this will not only improve employee health and wellbeing, but also guarantee the island’s workforce remains efficient and effective.

Speakers at the event include Michelle Poyzer, senior health improvement officer at the Department of Health, Caron Palmer, principal health and safety advisor for the Isle of Man government.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801653029-ADNFCR


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