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Dr Nick Sheron announced as new alcohol network co-chair

Dr Nick Sheron, an academic clinical hepatologist at the University of Southampton and head of the liver unit at Southampton General Hospital, has been announced as the new public health co-chair for the Responsibility Deal alcohol network (RDAN). Norman Lamb, … Read more → – Dr Nick Sheron announced as new alcohol network co-chair

Health at work Forum: Partners, pledges and presentations

On Wednesday 21 November, the Health at work network hosted a Partnership Forum at the Royal Over-Seas League in central London.  Dame Carol Black, Expert Adviser on Health at Work to the Department of Health hosted the event and Earl … Read more → – Health at work Forum: Partners, pledges and presentations

A letter from Jeremy Hunt

Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Health has written to all Responsibility Deal partners.  He will be chairing the plenary group which includes senior representatives from the business community, NGOs, public health organisations and local government. A copy of the letter … Read more → – A letter from Jeremy Hunt

Revised reporting arrangements

The review of the Responsibility Deal’s reporting arrangements has been completed.  We are very grateful for the feedback we have received from partners which informed the review. The review sought to identify how the previous arrangements might be simplified while … Read more → – Revised reporting arrangements

Dr Susan Jebb – On our way to 5 A Day

Susan Jebb

Thanks to years of solid work the public awareness of the health benefits of fruit and vegetables is impressively high, but national surveys tell us that consumption remains stubbornly low. Only 1 in 3 people achieve the 5-A-Day goal and … Read more → – Dr Susan Jebb – On our way to 5 A Day

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21 November – Health at work Partnership Forum

The Health at work network is hosting a Partnership Forum on Wednesday 21 November 2012 from 12.00-14.30. The day will be based around case studies submitted by partner organisations that show how they have gone about implementing the collective health … Read more → – 21 November – Health at work Partnership Forum

Fred Turok speaks at a Parliamentary CSR event on delivering a lasting legacy post 2012

Fred Turok, chair of the Responsibility Deal physical activity network, joined a high profile panel of guest speakers at a Parliamentary event last week to discuss the role of corporate responsibility in delivering a health legacy from the 2012 Olympic … Read more → – Fred Turok speaks at a Parliamentary CSR event on delivering a lasting legacy post 2012

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Could you be a contender for Britain’s Healthiest Company?

Britain’s Healthiest Company is trying to find out just how healthy Britain’s workers really are. This initiative from PruHealth and Mercer sets out to identify and celebrate organisations who demonstrate best practice and innovative approaches to looking after employee health … Read more → – Could you be a contender for Britain’s Healthiest Company?

Dame Carol Black takes on the challenge of health improvement among workers across the construction and civil engineering industry

Carol Black

With 27 million of us going to work every day, the workplace offers a major opportunity to drive health improvement. In this blog, Dame Carol Black, chair of the health at work network, talks about the importance of workplace health … Read more → – Dame Carol Black takes on the challenge of health improvement among workers across the construction and civil engineering industry

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Revisions to artificial trans fats removal pledge

The artificial trans fats removal pledge has been updated and is now in two parts: F3(a). We do not use ingredients that contain artificial trans fats. F3(b). We are working to remove artificial trans fats from our products within the … Read more → – Revisions to artificial trans fats removal pledge