Far from being distinct disciplines, health, safety and wellbeing are interlinked and form a virtuous circle, says Marcus Herbert.

Most people know and understand why it is important to maintain good ‘health’ and ‘safety’ in the workplace. But how comfortable do they feel talking about ‘wellbeing’ and what’s the best way to go about managing or affecting it at work?

We can all understand why roles involving manual labour, like heavy lifting, require special training in physical safety. Likewise, office (or home) based work requires an assessment of our physical workspace and even advice on how much we should sit, stand, or move about during the day.

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