The Health, Safety and Wellbeing Partnership Group (HSWPG) has produced and commissioned a range of useful guidance and information on topics such as, lone workers, managing musculoskeletal disorders and back pain, sickness absence and stress.

We have also collated other useful guidance and information to support the group's aim to help NHS organisations combat bullying in healthcare and create cultures that improve the health, safety and wellbeing of all staff in the NHS. 


Bullying in healthcare

The HSWPG recognises that bullying has an impact on an individual's health and wellbeing. This page signposts to resources that support NHS organisations to build a positive culture and a supportive environment.

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HSWPG resources

The HSWPG produces a range of useful guidance and information on topics such as the safety of lone workers, management of back pain, sickness absence and stress.


Safety culture

Find out how you can support your managers, staff and their trade union safety representatives to create a culture that improves staff safety.

The ageing workforce

Working longer in the NHS

This guidance is aimed at human resources, health and safety and occupational health professionals and trade union representatives, especially safety representatives.

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