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Healthy Workplace Presentation David Wingham. Coastline Housing. Based in the heart of Cornwall, Coastline was established in 1998 and employs more than 200 people. Coastline Housing owns and maintains around 3,700 homes.

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Healthy workplace presentation david wingham

Healthy Workplace Presentation

David Wingham


Healthy workplace presentation david wingham

Coastline Housing

Based in the heart of Cornwall, Coastline was established in 1998 and employs more than 200 people.

Coastline Housing owns and maintains around 3,700 homes.

Under the umbrella of Coastline also sits Coastline Services, a building and grounds maintenance contractor; Coastline Care, a provider of high quality care and support in people’s homes and The New Connection, a division which tackles homelessness on the front line.


Let s start at the very beginning

Let’s start at the very beginning…

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What next

What next?

  • ‘Attendance’ strategy

  • Budget

  • Champions

  • Started to build up a ‘head of steam’…


Healthy boxes

Healthy boxes

Staff sign up to a healthy box scheme – and continue to commit even when funding runs out and prices go up!


Free health screening sessions

Free health screening sessions


Competition hots up

Competition hots up!

Some team spirit and healthy competition kicks in (literally!)


Healthy in the name of charity

Healthy in the name of charity…

A marathon effort!

Race for life

Just don’t look down!


Free flu jabs offered for all

Free flu jabs offered for all!


Taking to rowing like ducks to water

Taking to rowing like ducks to water!


Doughnuts v fruit

Doughnuts v fruit


What our staff said

What our staff said…

“Paintballing was brilliant, it’s not often you get to run around in the woods and shoot your colleagues!”

Jo Tully, Development Officer


What our staff said1

What our staff said…

“It has created a good bond with team members, and staff who don’t interact on a regular basis do so in the football team. Team members include the CEO, it is fantastic to see senior members of staff getting involved in team building events.”

Paul Hodgson, Senior IT Officer


What our staff said2

What our staff said…

“I think playing sport together can be a great way to build working relationships that might otherwise not happen.”

Jon Bettridge, Accountancy Assistant.


Why bother

Why bother?

“A good and respected employer”

This project created a focus that we could all work towards.


The outcomes

The outcomes

Staff involvement and ownership

A rise in staff initiatives and activities

Positive morale


What about sickness

What about sickness?

Slight decrease in short term sickness

Positive staff feedback

Board and Exec Team encouraged

Ongoing commitment to the programme


And finally

And finally…


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