Month: March 2022

Meet our Occupational Health Team at Health and Wellbeing @ Work 2022

We are absolutely delighted that our Sugarman Occupational Health Services team will be exhibiting at this year’s Health & Wellbeing @ Work event at Birmingham’s NEC.

What is it?

Taking place in the Birmingham NEC on 15th – 16th March 2022, this is the UK’s largest event dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing, safety, behaviour and culture of today’s workforce

Who’ll be there?

Paul Bennett, Melanie Maiden and Nicola Phillips from the Sugarman team will be attending to let you know all about the services Sugarman can offer your organisation, including Health Surveillance, Education and Training, OH Physician Services, Medical Assessments, EAP Services and OH Recruitment Services.

What’s in it for you?

This year’s conference includes talks from leading industry experts on topics including:

  • National Policy and Future of Work
  • Emotional Wellbeing
  • Mental Health
  • Coaching and Coaching Psychology
  • Working With Health Conditions
  • Neurodiversity
  • Employment Law and Policies
  • Managing MSDs and Ergonomics
  • Shaping Culture and Value
  • Occupational Psychology
  • Building Resilience
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Employee Engagement and Experience
  • Safety Behaviour and Culture
  • Women’s Health
  • Management and Leadership

You can find details of the full 2022 programme here.

Tickets and how to get there

Tickets for the event start from £60 and are available here.

The event takes place at Birmingham NEC.

The NEC is one of Europe’s largest exhibition and conference centres.  Its central location means that it is easy to reach from all parts of the country with an excellent road, rail and air network.  There is plenty of on-site parking, hotels, café and restaurants.

Downloads

  • For details on how to reach the NEC by car, train, bus, coach or plan please click here
  • For an external plan of the NEC complex, click here
  • For details of on-site facilities at the NEC, click here
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