16 June | Cynnal Connect – ‘Health at Work’

16 June | Cynnal Connect – ‘Health at Work’

A healthy workforce is a sustainable workforce.

This event examines three different approaches to delivering health in the workplace. It is an ideal learning and networking opportunity for professionals working in HR, Health & Safety, NHS, Corporate Responsibility, Occupational Health, Sustainable Development and general public health.

People need to be healthy in order to be active, engaged citizens and employees. Organisations need to ensure the health of their workforce as a core strategic issue. For public organisations, The Well-being of Future Generations Act implies an additional duty. The Act aims to create a prosperous economy in Wales based on care for the environment, individuals and communities.

Health at Work will be an opportunity to consider the importance of health and well-being as an essential aspect of a sustainable, responsible organisation/employer. By extension it will prompt reflection on the importance of personal health as a component of a sustainable society.




Nudjed use IT to help organisations to boost productivity through better health and wellbeing programmes. Nudjed’s unique Insights platform is currently used by leadership teams at a range of organisations (NHS, DWP, GoCompare) to strategically reduce the impact of Staff Absence, Presenteeism and Staff Turnover. Warren Fauvel, founder of Nudjed, has been running businesses since he was 22. He is passionate about helping organisations to harness the power of health and happiness.


Mindful Work is a consultancy set up and managed by Simon Michaels. The company’s mission is to assist people to be happy, motivated and purposeful in their work. Their techniques rely on training and coaching with mindfulness as a core tool. Simon has a background in environmental planning and design with a particular focus on food production. Since 1999 he has specialised in management consultancy for sustainable food initiatives and social enterprises. He has been practicing and studying mindfulness for over 15 years and has been teaching the techniques since 2011.



Public Health Wales is the public organisation responsible for delivering the Healthy Working Wales programme for the Welsh Government.  The fully funded Healthy Working Wales programme supports employers, individuals and a range of health professionals to help working age people in Wales stay fit and healthy so they can remain in employment, or return to work following a period of ill health. Two strands of the programme are Workboost Wales and the Healthy Working Wales workplace health and wellbeing awards.

Ian Sullivan has been with Public Health Wales as a Workplace Health Practitioner since January 2014. Prior to that he worked as a Senior Environmental Health Officer for Cardiff Council and Bridgend Council where he specialised in food safety and health and safety in the workplace.

More information about the Healthy Working Wales programme can be found on their website.



  • Health and well-being (NHS) professionals
  • HR managers
  • Health and Safety Managers
  • CSR Managers
  • Occupational health specialists


Thursday 16 June
16:30 – 18:30
Capital Building Training Room |Tyndall Street | Cardiff | CF10 4AZ


Tickets are £15.00 for non-members and £10.00 for Cynnal Cymru members. 

Teas and coffees available

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Our ‘Show & Tell’ events are an opportunity to explore aspects of sustainability in greater depth. They operate on the basis of “three speakers, two hours, one topic.”

Each speaker presents their work/research as a different facet of the whole. Speakers are expected to make their presentations as practical as possible and to provide workshop activities to assist learning and critical reflection.

The audience has ample opportunity to ask questions and discuss the topic as well as network and make new contacts.

The events are informal and designed to share learning and create potential for collaborative projects and ideas.