Date: September 19, 2017

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Nutrition & Healthy Living Links - Workplace_Wellness


Healthy Eating at Work

Physical Activity at Work

Sun Safety at Work

Tobacco-Free Workplace

Workplace Wellness Program

This page was reviewed or revised on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 3:17 PM

For Employers

Workplace Wellness programs help businesses decrease costs associated with staff turnover, absenteeism, and medical claims/benefits usage. Workplaces that support healthy lifestyles and encourage healthy behaviours increase profits in terms of higher staff morale and increased productivity. There is a growing interest in Comprehensive Workplace Wellness Promotion as employers recognize the positive economic impact of healthy employees.

The Workplace Wellness program focuses on corporate wellness by offering services and resources to support a healthy workplace culture.


Services provided by Lambton Public Health include:

  • Request a consultation with a health promoter to assess workplace needs.
  • Assistance with employee health and lifestyle assessments, workplace scans, and policy development.
  • Free, monthly workplace health newsletters in electronic format. Click here to receive your copy. (County of Lambton employers only)
  • Links with community partners and resources.
  • Current information regarding healthy lifestyle topics.
  • Presentations on various topics to support healthy workplaces in Lambton County. Presentations are 20-40 minutes in length and accompanied by print resources. Choose a lifestyle topic: healthy eating, active living, managing stress, smoke-free living, and sun safety. Call 519-344-2062 ext. 2162 or 1-800-387-2882 or email the Workplace Wellness Coordinator for more information or to schedule a presentation. LPH staff will work with you to deliver a presentation to meet employee needs.
  • Employer Education Sessions - for business leaders, occupational health nurses, health & safety professionals, human resource staff, Wellness Committee members, etc. Presentations are delivered on a variety of workplace health topics.

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