Presentation employees Nutricia

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This presentation describes our project at the nutricia site in Utrecht. We help employees to get an insight in their health and promote healthy living.

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Presentation employees Nutricia

  1. 1. Olympos+! Physiotherapy Human Movement Scientists Sport Physicians Endless sport opportunities 2
  2. 2. A Healthy Company ‘diversity is a wealth and change a constant opportunity’ Resilience Innovation Flexibility 3 (Danone.com)
  3. 3. Content • Investing in functioning employees? • The balance between mental and physical load and capacity (and our little buckets) • Planning • Expected benefits 4
  4. 4. Work capacity • How well is an employee able to perform his job, mentally and physically? • Not in focus • Neglected in economic evaluations (Brouwer, 1999) 5
  5. 5. Lifestyle factors • BRAVO-Factors – Bewegen (Physical activity) – Roken (Smoking) – Alcohol – Voeding (Diet) – Ontspanning (Recreation/Leisure time) 6
  6. 6. Physical (In)Activity • Inactivity * Major costs Health Care * Major economic damage (absence and disablement) • Activity * Improves workcapacity and deminishes absence * 10% increase NNGB = 131 mln reduction Health Care Costs * Relationship Obesity and Loss workcapacity and absence at work (Proper, 2002) (TNO, 2010) (Kemper, 1999) (Alavinia, 2009; Neovius, 2009; Robroek, 2001; Van Duivenbode, 2009) 7
  7. 7. Example: Psychological Stress • 10% of Dutch Working population is dealing with Burnout-type complaints • 1 in 3 long term absent employees is dealing with psychological problems like Burnout • Average absence = 189 days! 8 (Meijer, Smit, Schoemaker & Cuijpers, 2006) (2ZW Informatiecentrum, 2005)
  8. 8. Matter of responsibilities? • Employees are responsible • Employer can facilitate (Stichting Arbeid, 2008) 9
  9. 9. How to pave the road? (Bouchard & Shepard, 1994) 10
  10. 10. Health Management 11
  11. 11. Companies Buckets 5% Overflowing bucket 30% Risk on overflowing bucket 65% Balanced (triastotaal.nl) 12
  12. 12. Planning 13 Prior to test day 1 • Online questionnaires - concerning mental, physical, health and work related factors • Blood samples @ site Test day @ Olympos • Physiotherapeutic screening (20 min) • Biometric data and cardio vascular profile (20 min) • Objective stress measurement & strength test (20 min) • Health assessment by physician (20 min) Separate day • Determination of exercise capacity
  13. 13. How - Stage 1 • Online questionnaires, collection of biometric data, physiotherapeutic screening With riskfactors: Personal test on exercise capacity Without riskfactors: Group test on exercise capacity 14
  14. 14. • Personal goal setting and advise on how to achieve goals: Set BRAVO goals Set BRAVO goals and visit physiotherapist, sport physician and psychologist Set BRAVO goals to improve health, visit physiotherapist, sport physician and psychologist. Combined effort with company physician 15 How - Stage 2
  15. 15. 3 month intervention period 16 Sport activities, conveniently during or directly after work Visit to Physiotherapist, Exercise physiologist, Sport Physician, Mental Coaching and green activities Personal coaching Visit to Physiotherapist, Exercise physiologist, Sport Physician, Mental Coaching. Costs may be covered by Health Insurance How - Stage 3 (Employee’s responsibility)
  16. 16. Optional: • Personal training schedule • Nutricia Sportactivities at Olympos (Team building day/afternoon/evening, Nutricia Volleybalteam, running group) 17
  17. 17. • Post - test and new goal setting 18 How - Stage 4
  18. 18. • Man 45yrs, non smoker, social drinker • BMI 25, fat 25% (norm 20%) • XRC-capacity: normal • QQ-index: 70% • HRV: 80% • Bloodpressure: 140 – 90 • Fysioscreening: high tension in neck and shoulder muscles • Mostly sitting 19 Example Case – T0
  19. 19. • BRAVO-Factors – Get insight in P(in)A per day, Activity monitor – Talk with Olympos about fun sport activities @Olympos, Health@work initiative Nutricia or Physical activity own health club – Join awareness sessions Nutricia • Possibility to contact Company Doctor (directly), or contact Liesbeth Filippini (strictly confidential) registered A&O psychologist; more info www.Psynip.nl 20 Example Case – Advise
  20. 20. • Man 45yrs, non smoker, social drinker • BMI 25, fat 23% (norm 20%) • XRC-capacity: normal • QQ-index: 85% • HRV: 90% • Bloodpressure: 140 – 90 • Fysioscreening: tension in neck and shoulder muscles decreased • Sitting time decreased 21 Example Case – T1
  21. 21. Cycle of improvement 22 Testing Goal Setting Personal Advise Intervention Period T0 Pre test 3months Intervention period T1 Post test
  22. 22. Meso Planning 23 • Last week of June: Gathering data from interested employees • Sampling blood and questionnaires (max 1 week prior to test) • September 8th and 15th physical tests (part 1) • 3rd week of September physical test (part 2) • 4th week of September individual Olympos talk
  23. 23. Questions 24 Literature reference list available upon request
  24. 24. Measurement tools • QQ-index (quantity and quality of work) (Koopman 2004, Meerding 2005, alavinia 2009) • IPAQ (short version) (Poppel, 2004) • RAND-36 (van der Zee, 1993) • AHA (cardio vascular risk analysis) (America Heart Association) 25

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