Koeberg workforce lights up thanks to wellness programme
Power station’s stressed staff had fallen into some bad habits. Now all that has changed and productivity has soared
Local researchers are convinced that healthy eating and physical activity at work can go a long way towards addressing SA's growing burden of lifestyle diseases.
And wellness at work should also be considered as a way to lessen the incidence of noncommunicable diseases in the country. This follows a University of Stellenbosch study that tested the concept and produced astounding results.
According to findings published in leading international journal Global Health Action, introducing a healthy eating and exercise programme at Eskom’s Koeberg power station in Cape Town has resulted in more than 1,700 employees adopting a healthy lifestyle...