Grupo Calvo commits to integrating the basic principles of promoting health in the workplace, in addition to compliance with the obligations concerning occupational risk prevention.
This strategy bolsters work organization criteria that provide employees with a balance between the demands of work and their professional development to thereby enable them to grow in their careers and achieve recognition.
Madrid, February 23, 2023 – Grupo Calvo announced that the company has signed up to the Luxembourg Declaration, a consensus document developed by the European Network for Workplace Health Promotion (ENWHP) in 1997. The declaration sets forth the framework of reference for sound management of workers’ health in organizations.
As a signatory, Grupo Calvo undertakes a commitment to integrating the basic principles of promoting health in the workplace, in addition to compliance with its obligations pertaining to occupational risk prevention. Accordingly, the company will put into practice the guiding principles of the Declaration, disseminating a culture that is based on the participation of workers and which fosters their motivation and engagement.
“Our employees are at the heart of Grupo Calvo’s strategy. Ensuring the health of our workers, through actions that provide an integrated health and safety service within the company, is a top priority for us. We are currently promoting a comprehensive health promotion plan that includes both sports activities and programs that support nutrition and healthy eating,” says Rebeca Filgueira, HR Director of Grupo Calvo’s Europe Division.
Workplace health promotion seeks to unite the efforts of European Union business owners to improve workers’ health and well-being. To this end, this strategy supports work organization criteria that afford employees a balance between work demands and career training that leads to professional growth and recognition.
As an investment in the future, the aim of the ENWHP is to identify and disseminate examples of good practice in occupational health promotion through the exchange of experiences and expertise. A healthy, motivated and well-trained working population is paramount to the future of social and economic well-being in the European Union.