How we can help you provide a healthy workplace

 We can provide advice and support relating to:  

  • healthy eating
  • physical activity 
  • mental health and wellbeing
  • smoking, alcohol and substance misuse

Contact Alison Willows, Public Health Manager at Healthy Workplace, by email on

Employer toolkits

Download Business in the Community's Health and Wellbeing at Work Toolkit. It has guidance on how employers can support their employees to improve their health and wellbeing.

It looks at:

•    mental health
•    maintaining and improving musculoskeletal health (joints, bones and muscles)
•    physical activity, healthy eating and maintaining a healthy weight
•    drugs, alcohol and smoking
•    sleep and recovery
•    suicide
•    domestic abuse

You can also download Good Thinking's Employer Toolkit to help you promote the free, personalised advice, and NHS-approved apps and resources available for improving mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.  

More resources 

Alcohol and the workplace 

A guide for businesses about how to promote a sensible use of alcohol within the workplace. 

Read the Alcohol and the Workplace Guide 

Eating well at work 

A guide for employers to support staff to eat well in the workplace. 

Read the Eating Well at Work Guide

Healthy vending 

A guide for employers to support healthier vending in the workplace. 

Read the Healthy Vending Guide

Become a Good Work Standard accredited business 

The Mayor of London's Good Work Standard brings together best employment practice and links to resources and support from across London to help employers improve their organisations.  

Organisations able to meet the Good Work Standard criteria can apply for accreditation and recognition as leading employers from the Mayor.  Successful organisations are also able to use their accreditation to demonstrate social value when competing for public sector procurement opportunities with the Greater London Authority (GLA) Group. 

The Royal Borough of Greenwich is proud to be an accredited Good Work Standard employer and wants to encourage all businesses in the borough to engage with the Good Work Standard.  

Benefits of becoming Good Work Standard accredited include: 

  • attracting, recruiting and retaining the best skills and talent 
  • reduced absences and sick leave 
  • higher levels of employee engagement and motivation 
  • increased productivity 
  • cost savings 
  • reputational gain 

Find out more about the Good Work Standard