A month long educational measurable program for employees to create awareness about health risks and how to manage them.

  • Heart Risk Management

    Heart Risk Management
    Session by Prominent Cardiologist (45 minutes followed by 45 min Q& A). The Indian heart watch study has revealed the truth behind prevalence, awareness, treatment and control of cardio-vascular disease (CVD) epidemic. This session will educate an employee on identifying risks, preventive measures and be aware of treatment modalities along with tips to handle emergencies.
  • Diabetes Management

    Heart Risk Management
    Session by Prominent Diabetologist (45 minutes followed by 45 min Q& A). According to Diabetes Atlas, there were an estimated 40 million persons with diabetes in India in year 2007 and the numbers are steadily increasing. This has resulted in India having the highest economic burden due to diabetes in the world. The session comprises of educating employees on identifying risks, taking preventive measures, lifestyle tips and treatment modalities that help an individual manage diabetes.
  • Routine Illness Management

    Heart Risk Management
    Session by MD Physician (45 min followed by 45 min Q& A). Routine illnesses like cold, allergies, cough, viral fever and upper respiratory tract infections hamper daily work and performance. It is therefore, imperative to know how to tackle such illnesses get back to your regular routine while the symptoms are subsiding. The session may further include certain home remedies as well.
  • Dental Awareness

    Heart Risk Management
    Session by Prominent Dentist (45 min followed by 45 min Q& A). The session will help impart knowledge on oral health awareness. Focus will be on oral hygiene and oral care.
  • Wellness Women

    Heart Risk Management
    Session by Prominent Gynaecologist (45 min followed by 45 min Q& A). The session focuses on health issues faced by women and preventive modalities to manage/tackle the same. The session is designed to include all age groups and address relevant issues.
  • Ergonomic Injury Management

    Heart Risk Management
    Ergonomics is is a key element for most EHS programs today. It is driven by the need to reduce musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). This session is divided into 2 parts. First half comprises of an awareness building session by an Ergonomics expert to help identify how knee, back and neck pain can be avoided by making simple adjustments in your posture. Furthermore employees will be educated on the same by way of participation. Second part of the session will include personal counselling to 30 candidates on first cum first serve basis.
  • Stress Management & Positive Lifestyle

    Heart Risk Management
    Stress is a significant by product of our work lifestyle. The best of performances can be vexed by stress and therefore it is imperative for us to learn how to manage and subsequently tackle stress related issues. This session will focus on how employees can face stressful situations and turn them around.
  • Body Mass Management (BMI)

    Heart Risk Management
    Nutrition seminars connect the dots between health screenings (which inform employees about health risks) and adopting new behaviour changes. Programs range from single 45-minute lunch-and-learn sessions to multi-session behaviour modification courses.
  • Pedometers

    Heart Risk Management
    Measure the Calories Burnt: Have you been wanting to hit the gym? Tired of being overweight? Been trying to figure out if you’ll fit into your favourite pair of jeans? Introducing, Pedometers! Pedometers reduce blood pressure levels and BMI! This program will educate you on how to use Pedometers.
  • Engagement Metrics

    Heart Risk Management
    • Reward-points for participation
    • Personal Counselling for select participants.
      (Program: wellness women and Ergonomic issues.)
    • Application to record meters walked and calories burnt which is measured by pedometer.
    • Certificates & Recognition Awards to participants who have excelled in achieving reward points.