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Models of Good Practice

With regard to the 9th ENWHP initiative, good practice is defined as a comprehensive Workplace Health Promotion strategy, providing suitable jobs for people with chronic ilnesses and disabilities, in cooperation with health professionals, service providers and other stakeholders.

Not only the dissemination of the good practice guidelines, but also the dissemination of the good practices themselves can cause additional public awareness on the subject of promoting healthy work for people with chronic illness.

Consequently, information on the good practices gathered for the PH Work project is posted below (according to country and sector):

Company

Country

Sector

Name of project

Bundessozialamt (BSB)

Austria

Public health and social services

Fit2work

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Upper Austrian Sickness Funds (OÖGKK)

Austria

Employers insurance

Social Coaching

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PREVENT, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Belgium

OSH services, consultancy

DM@work

PDF

Jessaziekenhuis, Campus Herk-de-Stad

Belgium

Hospital, revalidation centre

Weer-Werk

PDF

Grundfos Group

Denmark

Manufacturing (pumps)

CSR and WHP

PDF

Huset Venture

Denmark

Socio-economic enterprise

PDF

National Research Centre for Working Environment 

Denmark

Government research institute

Large Return-To-Work project

PDF

City of Pori

Finland

Public administration

Healthy Pori model

PDF

ISS Palvelut

Finland

Personnel support services

(early support model)

PDF

Delpeyrat

France

Food-processing

PDF

ARACT Aquitaine

France

Regional association to improve working conditions

(website and app chronic illness)

PDF

Salzgitter AG

Germany

Manufacturing (steel)

BeReKO, company
rehab concept

PDF

Ford Werke GmbH

Germany

Manufacturing (cars)

PDF

Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund

Germany

Pension insurance

(2 model projects)

PDF

COSMOTE Mobile

Greece

Telecommunication

PDF

HELLAS EAP

Greece

Employee assistance

Disability Management Service

PDF

University of Miskolc

Hungary

Education

Health development programme

PDF

MOL

Hungary

Oil and gas company

Take A STEP for Your Health

PDF

Headway

Ireland

Vocational training

Acquired Brain Injury

PDF

Abbott Ireland (Clonmel)

Ireland

Manufacturing (vascular devices)

Employment programme: graduates with disabilities

PDF

Telenor

Norway

Telecommunication

Open Mind Programme

PDF

Frisk Bris

Norway

Revalidation centre

PDF

Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine (NIOM)

Poland

OSH services, research

(myocardial infarction)

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Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine (NIOM)

Poland

OSH services, research

(occupational vocal organ dysfunctions)

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Centrum Chronisch Ziek en Werk (CZ&W)

The Netherlands

Reintegration services

(patient-coaches)

PDF

Drukkerij Wedding

The Netherlands

Printing company

Practice what you preach

PDF

Monsanto, Vegetable Seeds Division

The Netherlands

Agriculture

PDF

"Close to You" Foundation Romania 

Romania

Non-governmental organisation, shelter units

(HIV positive persons)

PDF

Unilever Romania S.A.

Romania

Manufacturing (home care products and food)

Lamplighter programme

PDF

Podbrezová 

Slovakia

Manufacturing (steel, tubes)

Centre for ancillary works and activities

PDF

DARS d.d.

Slovenia

Freeway construction and maintenance

PDF

Moravske Toplice Terme 3000 spa

Slovenia

Tourism

Healthy for Success

PDF

Thomas Tunnock Ltd.

United Kingdom

Food-processing

PDF

Argyll Community Housing Association

United Kingdom

Social housing

Supporting Attendance at Work

PDF

John Lewis Partnership

United Kingdom

Retail

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