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Integrated Employee Wellness Programmes
January 22 - 24, 2008 · Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa


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Conference Day Two: Wednesday 23 January 2008

07h45 Refreshments

08h15 Opening Address By The Chairperson

08h30 Implementing An Integrated Employee Health & Wellness Program For Human Capital Optimisation

  • Discussing the pillars of an integrated model [EAP, OHS, PILIR, HAST, GEYODI, Sports & recreation, ERAP & Health Promotion]
  • Redefining the model boundaries
  • Understanding the lessons learnt
  • Overcoming challenges of an integrated model

Alfred Thavhanyedza
Senior Specialist: Employee Health and Wellness Program
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT, ROADS & WORKS

09h15 Managing Financial Wellness Programmes To Assist Employees To Manage And Plan Their Personal Finances And Budgets

  • Why is a financial wellness programme important?
  • Promoting skills development through financial wellness workshops
  • Reinforcing financial literacy and wellness
  • Teaching employees how to structure their salaries
  • Teaching employees all about banking

Maria Hlonipho
Executive Manager
EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY

10h00 Discussing Eskom’s Journey Towards An Integrated Health And Wellness Programme

  • Integrating occupational health, EAP and work life, HIV/AIDS, primary health care, travel and executive health
  • Considering the critical success factors
  • Monitoring and evaluation indicators used to monitor and evaluate the program
  • Challenges experienced in the implementation of this program

Dr Penny Mkalipe
Chief Medical Officer
ESKOM

10h45 Refreshments And Networking

11h00 Measuring The Return On Investment For Your EWP

  • Managing the objectives of your programme
  • Incorporating an integrated strategy
  • Measuring the ROI of such a programme
  • Determining success using the right measurement tools

Freddy Beukes
Director of Corporate Benefits
SASOL GROUP SERVICES

11h45 Incorporating A Positive Living Program That Will Really Make A Difference

  • Reinforcing and encouraging a positive attitude at work from the top down
  • Teaching your employees how to live positively
  • Using the positive living approach to reduce stress
  • Understanding the components of a support structure for a person living with HIV/AIDS
  • Discussing the key success factors
  • Scaling up health and wellness programs
  • Discussing the lessons learned

Danya Davis
Positive Living Strategy Coordinator
YORK TIMBERS

Gloria Mashao
Positive Living Operations Coordinator YORK TIMBERS

12h30 Integrating Nutrition In Wellness Programmes By Taking A Holistic Approach On Health

  • Gaining the right knowledge and information about integrating nutrition
  • Understanding the importance of nutrition for a more healthy lifestyle
  • Incorporating health support as a major part of your EWP
  • Encouraging motivation to live for all employees

Elsje van Wyk
Wellness Manager
CONSERVATION CORPORATION AFRICA

13h15 Luncheon For Delegates And Speakers

14h00 Positioning Your Integrated Wellness Strategy So That All Employees Accept Responsibility

  • Learning how to position your wellness strategy
  • Creating an environment where all employees take responsibility
  • Promoting a wellness culture in BMW through Occupational Health Services
  • Offering free services covered by the BMW Employees Medical Aid Society
  • Introducing the role of the BMW Occupational Health Clinic
  • Understanding all relevant components of wellness
  • Monitoring and evaluation

Dr Natalie Mayet
General Manager: Health and Occupational Medicine
BMW

14h45 Dissecting Wellness At SAB To Understand And Develop An Incorporated Approach

  • Supporting on-going education and training regarding preventative health care
  • Continuously monitory employee wellness
  • Supporting medical surveillance
  • Incorporating SAB HIV/AIDS strategy
  • Evaluating the results and improving on the mistakes made

Alexa Stafford
Organisational Health Specialist
THE SOUTH AFRICAN BREWERIES LIMITED

15h30 Refreshments And Networking

15h45 Focussing On Employee Wellness: The Standard Bank Story

  • Understanding Standard Bank’s unique wellness strategy
  • Incorporating the importance of employee wellness
  • Building the HIV/AIDS workplace programme
  • What is health risk mitigation and what role does it play?
  • Launching special initiatives that work

Daniel Kotton
Manager of Corporate Health
STANDARD BANK

16h30 Managing The Integration Path Of Wellness, EAP And HIV/AIDS

  • Understanding the global vision and local realities
  • What are the crucial starting points?
    • EAP
    • HIV and AIDS
    • Wellness
  • Learning and challenges towards integration
  • South Africa
  • Africa, Middle East and Pakistan

Bernadette Smith
HIV/AIDS Downstream Regional Advisor Africa, Middle East & Pakistan
CHEVRON AFRICA PAKISTAN SERVICES COMPANY (PTY) LIMITED

17h15 Closing Remarks By The Chairperson

17h30 Close Of Conference Day Two

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