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Strategy guidance to help you plan,write and execute a health and wellbeing programme - Credits BHF

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Health and wellbeing business case template

  1. 1. Remember to write this section last Include figures of anticipated savings and costs of implementing the project – senior management will want to get a sense of costs very early on in your proposal.
  2. 2. Define the problem/issue What do you currently offer? Have you consulted staff on what they would like? Key data/evidence (e.g. current absence rates, staff survey results, plus wider evidence for the impact of health and wellbeing programmes generally) What is the likely impact of not taking action? What is happening locally and nationally that is relevant?
  3. 3. What activity will be enabled by your project? Describe the opportunity for improvement Description of what you want to achieve – what will the organisational impact be? You can specify your objectives later, but outline your overall goal here Outline who will need to be involved (key stakeholders)
  4. 4. Summarise the key financial information here. You should include your budget sheet in the appendix so people can look at the more detailed costings.
  5. 5. When setting your aim, think generally about the change you would like to see, i.e. what is your end goal? Once you have decided on this, you will need to think about the more detailed objectives that will get you to your goal. When deciding on objectives of your project, it is helpful to think SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-specific).
  6. 6. Think back to the current evidence you have (e.g. sickness absence rates) which you can compare against during and after implementation of your project.
  7. 7. E.g. limited space in which to hold exercise classes.
  8. 8. E.g. working group formed 2 weeks 01/07/2015 E.g. terms of reference agreed 5 days 07/07/2015
  9. 9. E.g. not promoting health and wellbeing at work · More staff time on the production line · Budget can be used elsewhere in the organisation · Reduced productivity · Accidents and mistakes · High chance of increase in stress levels · Poor staff morale £00,000 £00,000 E.g. offering weekly exercise classes for up to 20 people · Increased physical activity amongst staff · Increased morale · Improved corporate image · Reduced sickness absence · Staff take extended lunch breaks to attend class · Staff may not attend · Payment by staff may be a barrier · Demand for spaces exceeds available spaces E.g. offering weekly exercise classes for up to 20 people, quarterly awareness events and free fruit on a Friday · · ·
  10. 10. Remember to explain any ranking or scoring system, if you have used one.
  11. 11. Include any supporting information and data in the appendix.

Strategy guidance to help you plan,write and execute a health and wellbeing programme - Credits BHF

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