Policy areas

Workplace Health and Wellbeing

Workplace health, a key pillar of Responsible Care®, is more than just regulatory compliance; it is a journey of continuous improvement.

Helping members achieve sustainable healthy workplaces

A proactive approach, the right people, a programme of management, the correct tools, as well as measures and systems in place to monitor and also improve understanding and performance are all important aspects to achieving sustainable healthy workplaces. This cannot be achieved however unless health leadership becomes a core part of an organisation’s ethos. 

CIA has a dedicated Health Leadership Strategy informed by member companies. You can become part of this when you join, participate in discussions relevant to your business and network at our health leadership conference. Together with our members, CIA helps develop leading signpost guides on complex issues, examples being Drug and Alcohol policy development and Mental Health & Mental Well-being policy.



Our tools

  • UK CIA Sustainable Health Metrics Indicator Tool with relevant good practice

  • Mental Health and Wellbeing Leading Indicator Tool

National and International Organisations we work with



Be part of it 

Members are invited to get involved with our Responsible Care Strategy Group and explore our networks which include the Health network. 

For further information, or to express an interest in joining, please contact Dr Roger Pullin at PullinR@cia.org.uk  

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Responsible Care 

Part of our work includes CIA’s Responsible Care Guiding Principles, a condition of membership. Our principles serve to implements Responsible Care at site level and correlate well with the International Council of Chemical Associations’ (ICCA’s) Global Charter. Our members are committed to maintaining a health, safety and environmental policy that reflects their commitment and is part of their overall business policy. 

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