University signs up to the Public Health Responsibility Deal

News Page 12th November 2015

The Responsibility Deal is the Government’s way of drawing on the potential of employers in both the private and public sectors to help tackle health inequalities through the influence they have over health in the workplace, alcohol, food and physical activity.

By signing up to the deal, the University is committing to a set of core and supporting pledges, but also to a range of specific pledges. These pledges set out the steps the University is taking to support this initiative. We need to keep the Department of Health informed as to how we aim to meet our pledges, and we will update the relevant pledge information on the web accordingly.

Further information can be found on the OHS website https://www.northampton.ac.uk/info/20296/occupational-health-and-safety/1673/public-health-responsibility-deal or you can contact Paul Bradley directly paul.bradley@northampton.ac.uk

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