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The BeUpstanding toolkit enables sustainable behaviour change simply and easily.
Our evidence-based program has been shown to increase workers’ energy, improve physical and mental health, lower stress and reduce injury.
A healthier, happier workforce is not only more productive, but investing in worker health and wellbeing helps attract and retain talent and reduce absenteeism.
Measure the change in your workers’ health, wellbeing, movement and attitudes over time and present results back to management and staff.
Be guided by our simple dashboard and get access to a suite of free resources that includes posters, videos, email templates and staff surveys.
BeUpstanding is suitable for a variety of desk-based work teams, from small single-site workplaces to large organisations with multiple teams, departments and sites. Run BeUpstanding as part of your approach to supporting workplace health, safety and wellbeing.
Need approval? Access our free resources to help you start the conversation with your manager or workplace health and safety or wellbeing team.
After running BeUpstanding, staff are happier, more energetic and more optimistic. I would recommend BeUpstanding to other workplaces as it is low cost and easy to implement with all the resources easily available.”
BeUpstanding was easy to implement and follow, and gave us the opportunity to get more movement into our days and to value our health at work which has resulted in a happier and more productive work environment. We would absolutely recommend the program.”
I had never delivered a health and wellbeing program before, so I used the BeUpstanding toolkit resources, outlining key evidence and research to help build the case for taking part in the program.”
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