The World Health Organization (WHO) defines a healthy workplace as a place where “workers and managers collaborate to use a continual improvement process to protect and promote the health, safety and well-being of all workers.”
CSG understands that creating this environment requires hard work and a continuing willingness to make the small incremental improvements that signal a dedication to world-class healthy buildings.
WHO identifies these workplace components for focus:
- Health and safety of the physical work environment
- Health, safety and well-being in the work organization and workplace culture
- Personal health resources in the workplace
- Community participation in health improvement advocacy for workers & their families
The World Health Organization (WHO) offers Healthy Workplace guidelines and supports the Global Healthy Workplace Awards dedicated to the recognition of practices and programs in the global workplace. Read more here about the awards and winners.