4th IHPM European Health & Productivity Congress
"The Significance of Health in Human Capital Management"
Employees can be the best-trained, most highly skilled and motivated, best-equipped workers in the world, but if they are not healthy, they will not be fully productive and their employer will suffer competitively.
Although employers have failed to see health as a critical component of their human capital in the past, a growing number of companies in Europe are developing health and productivity management programs.
The 4th European Health and Productivity Congress will highlight some of the best practices in the field and present the latest research as well as useful measurement tools to determine program success.
Thursday - September 6, 2007 at 10:00 through Friday - September 7, 2007 at 17:30
FEATURED TOPICS AND SPEAKERS:
Introduction to Health & Productivity Management (HPM) and IHPM
Sean Sullivan, JD - President and CEO, Institute for Health and Productivity Management
Making the Link between Health and Productivity in Ireland
Department of Enterprise, Trade, and Employment of Ireland
The 4th European Working Conditions Survey
Agnes Parent-Thirion, Research Coordinator, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Global Application of the "Health for Life" Program
Patti Clavier, Health & Well-Being, Intel Worldwide EHS
Cardiovascular Health Management at the Workplace
Employer case study presented with Novartis
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) and Economic Performance
Terry Taylor, Head of Working Environment Information Unit, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
The Integration of Workplace Health Services for Better Health and Productivity
How To Measure Presenteeism: the Work Limitations Questionnaire
Harris Allen, PhD - Lecturer, Yale School of Medicine, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health and Principal, Harris Allen Group, LLC and Sean Sullivan, JD
Do Long Workhours Impact Health, Safety, and Productivity?
Harris Allen, PhD
Measuring the Productivity of Knowledge Workers
Nathalie Lotzman, PhD, Corporate Medical Director, SAP
Linking Business Indicators to Work Ability
Guy Ahonen, PhD, Professor, Hanken Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration
Holding Plant Managers Accountable for Employee Health
Dr. Alberto Colombi, Corporate Medical Director, PPG Industries
The Challenge of Implementing an HPM Program in Europe
Karen Linn, Health Services Manager, EMEA Region, & Jennifer Bruno, Director, Worldwide Wellness & Health Promotion, Johnson & Johnson
Adapting US Health Promotion Strategies to the Danish Workplace
Anette Bonde, Wellness Manager, Danish National Police
The Role of Integrated Workplace Health
Mona Smith, Human Resources Leader, Perkin Elmer
What are Europe's needs with regard to health & productivity management? Workshops, training, research, publications, programs
To register for this event please visit
?425 early bird (extended to June 15)
?495 (after June 15)
A special discount is offered for company teams (3 or more) until June 15.
Location: Intel Corporation - Collinstown, Leixlip, Kildare.
Further information at: http://www.ihpm.org/