NEW Working Well Level Accreditations


The Working Well Accreditations have been in place for a number of years, and the way workplaces work has had to evolve to meet these needs.  The Team have therefore taken the opportunity to update the way we gather evidence of the effectiveness of the Accreditation programme.  NB – Please note  some organisations may have already achieved their Level one, but will not provided all information required in the updated Level one submission.  The criteria for each Award level has updated to allow you to showcase the development and impact of your health and wellbeing programme:

  • Level 1 – typically achieved within 4 months of sign up
    This gives you to opportunity to evidence the launch of a robust programme.  The 6 essential actions include:  Health and Wellbeing Policies and procedures, branding/publicity and communication channels, evidence of a staff survey, Wellbeing Strategy and Year 1 Plan and number of Workplace Health Champions completing our eLearning.
  • Level 2 – typically achieved within 4-12 months
    This gives you the opportunity to showcase the next phase of your workplace health and wellbeing programme.  6 essential actions need to be evidenced, including:  Evidence of staff survey or engagement, Wellbeing Strategy, Communication and publicity (if not provided in L1), number of trained MHFAiders, evidence of Management and staff training, promotion of at least one national campaign together with outcomes
  • Level 3 – typically achieved within 12-18 months
    This level allows the organisation to evidence 10 actions from a holistic menu 22 areas from Financial Wellness, Apprentice Growth, fundraising, green initiatives, encouraging taking a lunch break, healthy eating and hydration, stop smoking support and NHS Health Checks. We also ask for evidence of 4 national or local campaigns to be showcased.
  • Annual Re-Accreditation
    This new level allows participating organisations to continue to support the workplace health agenda, by providing additional on-going evidence of the development of their programme.

For more information contact a member of the team.