Broadcasting and Telecommunications Group Wellbeing toolkit

This toolkit provides practical advice and information for organisations within the Broadcasting and Telecommunications industry.

Use the links below to aid the development and sustainability of an employee wellbeing programme. The information contained considers a practical yet holistic approach to employee wellbeing focusing on physical and mental health for specific worker profiles most common to this industry.

Why employee wellbeing? 
Focusing on employee wellbeing is important for raising the profile of the 'health' part of health and safetyand for promoting a healthy more productive employee workforce.

Introduction to physical health

The workplace can be a very influential environment with many opportunities for raising awareness and prompting employees to become more physically active.

Introduction to mental health 

Poor mental health can hit anyone at any time and at any level of the business. Your wellbeing programme should assist individuals to maximise not only their physical health but also their mental health.

Forming your strategy 
Developing a robust wellbeing strategy will underpin the purpose and meaning of your programme to help drive engagement and programme sustainability.

Your communication plan 
Consistent and straightforward communication tailored to your target audience is essential for the success of any wellbeing programme.

Worker specific wellbeing

Developing your programme to suit the needs of different worker profiles within your organisation will ensure the delivery of meaningful and engaging initiatives for all.

Evaluating your programme

Measuring programme success can be challenging. Initiative participation rates, employee feedback and setting certain KPIs can all contribute toward evaluating the success your programme.

Practical tools

Use existing national health observances to give you a bit of a head start. Find examples of monthly national awareness campaigns, wellbeing interest surveys and post wellbeing event questionnaires.

Useful links

Use these links to find further informaiton and free resources. Although we make every effort to ensure these links are accurate, up to date and relevant, IOSH cannot take responsibility for pages maintained by external providers.