Are you engaging your workforce to remain productive and profitable?
Are you able to stand out enough to recruit the best candidates?
Are you facing high costs related to staff absenteeism, presenteeism and turnover?
Would you like to limit group insurance-related costs?
Would you like to introduce a workplace health and wellness program but don’t know where to start?
Would you like to have your workplace health and wellness efforts recognized?
Stand out as an employer thanks to our expertise, and introduce a structured workplace health and wellness program that can, if you are interested, lead to a Healthy Enterprisecertification (BNQ 9700-800).
What is the Healthy Enterprise standard?
Analysis and verification of whether your current procedures meet the certification requirements before starting the process.
Analysis of your organization’s strengths and weaknesses in the four areas of activity: employee habits, work environment, work-personal life balance and management practices.
Presentation and concrete explanations of the requirement and obligations associated with certification.
Determination of the mandate, objectives, roles and responsibilities of the members of the health and wellness committee in collaboration with the person in charge in your company.
Personalized and confidential questionnaire to determine employees’ satisfaction and needs in regard to workplace health and wellness.
Guidance provided to the health and wellness committee in collaboration with the corporate representative.
Design of an implementation plan that meets the needs identified during the data collection exercise.
Completion of a pre-certification audit to help you prepare.
Personalized questionnaire that recognizes the reality and specific requirements of your work environment.
Expertise and questionnaire validated by the BNQ that have helped several companies obtain the certification.
Approach aimed at sharing knowledge to achieve self management of the program.
The Healthy Entreprise standard is a public standard that is adapted to all work environments, regardless of whether they are small, medium or large, unionized or not, private or public, for profit or not.
It is for employers that are interested in investing in workplace health and wellness, and in having their efforts recognized.
It enables a company to identify itself as being concerned about the wellness of its employees in the workplace as a way of attracting and retaining qualified personnel, preventing occupational injuriesand reducing absenteeism, and introducing continuous improvement practices, thereby significantly improving workplace productivity.
MEDIAL served on the committees developing the standard (2008), updating the certification protocol (2014), revising the standard (2019) and revising the certification protocol (2020).