At its best, the promotion of health and well-being at work is an integral part of leadership and one of the everyday activities at the workplace. It is based on the needs of the workplace and everyone’s participation. The Health education at workplace survey: reality and needs co-operative project of the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), focuses on the needs of employers and the workplace, as well as co-operation between different parties in its TOP 10 recommendations questions.
Hae avainsanalla: well-being at work
Turn the steering wheel into the direction of well-being at work – with the help of the work ability management model. Start from the method that is best suited to your company. The first step in turning the steering wheel of well-being at work is to make the situation at your workplace visible. You can use the TOP 5 - factors promoting professional drivers' well-being at work checklist as an aid. Invite other employees to check the situation by using the invitation function of the online test.
When a common voice can be heard and people have the opportunity to influence their work, the well-being of personnel increases. In the transportation sector, the personnel’s influencing opportunities are unclear in many ways. Meeting discussions and corridor conversations are not implemented into concrete actions. A straightforward and easy joint development model for work ability promotion was developed within the Young Driver Can! project of the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health.
The TOP 5 list draws attention to the importance of good co-operation, trust and close ones for the well-being at work and work ability of professional drivers. Fitness for work and sufficient sleep are also high on the list. The TOP 5 factors promoting professional drivers’ well-being at work is a checklist of the things that organizations and educational institutes in this sector should take into account in their operations, even if they do not otherwise invest in well-being at work.