Essex Working Well

Workplace health, done right.

Part of the Essex Wellbeing Service, Working Well provides Essex businesses (excluding Southend-On-Sea and Thurrock) with free workplace health and wellbeing support.

This support, commissioned by Essex County Council, consists of our main offer the Working Well Accreditation, alongside three other options.

Working Well Accreditation

Get recognition for your organisation’s commitment to health and wellbeing. Build, maintain and evidence a robust workplace wellbeing strategy and programme. And gain access to the following plus more…

  • Up to 2 MHFA England training places
  • Regular meetings with our Working Well Specialists
  • Online health and wellbeing courses
  • Annual re-accreditation
Mental Health Aware Programme

Embed and increase mental health awareness in your workplace with training and support.

Small Business Workplace Wellbeing Award

Ideal for small companies looking to improve the wellbeing of your workforce.

Mental Health First Aid England Training

Individuals receive free Mental Health First Aid England training (an internationally recognised course).

Working Well Accreditation

Get recognition for your organisation’s commitment to health and wellbeing. Build, maintain and evidence a robust workplace wellbeing strategy and programme. And gain access to the following plus more…

Mental Health Aware Programme

Embed and increase mental health awareness in your workplace with training and support.

Small Business Workplace Wellbeing Award

Ideal for small companies looking to improve the wellbeing of your workforce.

Mental Health First Aid England Training

Individuals receive free Mental Health First Aid England training (an internationally recognised course).

Who we work with

Essex Wellbeing Service

If you’re an Essex resident, excluding Southend-On-Sea and Thurrock, you can turn to the Essex Wellbeing Service (EWS) for help with quitting smoking; managing your weight and/or your child’s; becoming a volunteer; gaining support with social isolation, and making long-term friendships.

EWS will also cover some of the areas that contribute towards these lifestyle changes, such as alcohol consumption, physical activity, healthy eating, and mental health.

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