Fitness for Work
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To be considered ‘fit for work’ an individual must be not only physically, but also psychologically and emotionally capable of meeting the demands of the workplace.

This is what will enables individuals to perform tasks competently and in a way that does not threaten the safety or health of themselves or others.

Historically, organisations have addressed fitness for work issues through an alcohol and drugs policy or sick leave provision. But, much more can be done by taking a holistic approach which includes looking at all the elements that contribute to wellbeing.

What is the Instep Fitness for Work process?

Instep provide customised Fitness for Work Programmes to both the corporate and industrial sectors. The training and consultancy approach focuses on six major factors that contribute to our feeling good and functionally well, at work and in the rest of our lives. 

When any of these factors are compromised in an individual, they can be more likely to become fatigued or at risk of mental health, alcohol or drug-related issues.

Instep can help your organisation develop and implement Fitness for Work strategies with programmes that cover employee education; particularly:

Instep also can help with training for supervisors: