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Workplace Challenge are proud to present the first Workplace Health Week, 18 - 22 May 2015. Engaging businesses to raise awareness of the importance of getting active to improve health and wellbeing across the country.

About The Challenge

Challenge Yourself

Use our Activity Log to record your levels of sport, physical activity and active travel online and compete with other workplaces at the same time. You can log activities all year round for your own records, and many CSPs will be organising mini logging challenges across the year.

Challenge Your Colleagues

Our County Sports Partnerships organise a Competition Programme across a variety of sports for you and your colleagues. It doesn't matter if you haven't played before, local sports coaches will provide support and instruction for your team and all events have an emphasis on fun.

Our Benefits

The Workplace Challenge can benefit your workplace in the following ways

  • Health

    Workplace physical activity programmes can reduce absenteeism due to sickness, increase work attendance, reduce job stress and decrease healthcare utilisation.

  • Network

    Our dedicated network of 45 County Sports Partnerships are available to provide support, guidance and opportunities for workplaces to engage in sport and physical activity.

  • Productivity

    Healthier and more active workplaces have been proven to be happier and more productive workforces. Research suggests that exercise can reduce absenteeism by 23.5% and staff turnover can be reduced by 16% (BUPA, 2015).

  • Sustainability

    Our software monitors "active travel" by recording how much C02 our users save by not driving to meetings, work, shops. etc.

What Our Users Are Saying...

  • "I've lost 20lbs (nearly one and a half stones), and by upping my level of activity, it has increased my confidence to try other things."

    Tania (University of Hertfordshire)
  • "I took up walking to work and timed myself each morning, doing the three and a half miles in around 45 minutes. My health – weight, BMI, etc. – improved considerably over the next five months. As a result, I feel I'm performing better at my day job and generally feeling much better in myself."

    Adrian (Oxford City Council)

Latest News and Tweets

Workplace Health Week inspires more active workplaces

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Fri, 22 May 2015 07:37

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Tue, 19 May 2015 11:18

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Workplace Health Week kick-starting more active workplaces

Workplace Health Week kick-starting more active workplaces

Mon, 18 May 2015 09:02

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Champion Training

In partnership with the British Heart Foundation, the Workplace Challenge has coordinated a series of training sessions focusing on how to improve the health and wellbeing of your organisation's workforce.

Become a Workplace Challenge Champion to gain valuable resources and support to help improve the lives of your colleagues.

Book a Champion Course

Learn how to get the most from the Workplace Challenge, the British Heart Foundation Health at Work programme and apply to your workplace!

Whether you're a health coordinator, HR officer, volunteer champion or a general manager, the Workplace Challenge Champion training will give you the skills, confidence and resources to promote better health and increase participation in sport and physical activity in your organisation.

Current Champions

We have Workplace Challenge Champions in companies all over England that have been provided with valuable resources and support to help improve the lives of their colleagues.

Partners and Supporters

  • West Yorkshire Sport
    team BEDS&LUTON
    Herts Sports Partnership
    Sport Hampshire & IOW
    Living Sport
  • North Yorkshire Sport
    Energize Shropshire Telford & Wrekin
    Active Norfolk
    Lincolnshire Sport
    Active Gloucestershire
  • Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent
    Active Dorset
    Sport Nottinghamshire
    County Durham Sport
    Northumberland Sport
  • Wesport
    Active Essex
    Somerset Activity & Sports Partnership
    Active Sussex
  • Suffolk Sport
    Oxfordshire Sports Partnership
    London Sport
    Sport Birmingham
    Wiltshire & Swindon Sport
  • GreaterSport
    Tees Valley Sport
    Kent Sport
    South Yorkshire Sport
    Get Berkshire Active
  • Merseyside Sports Partnership
    Active Devon
    Northamptonshire Sport
    Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport
    Lancashire Sport Partnership
  • Active Cumbria
    Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire Sport
    Derbyshire Sport
    Sports Partnership Herefordshire & Worcestershire