Workplace Health Promotion Grant

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Workplace
Health Promotion
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projects Summarized list
• The Workplace Health Promotion (WHP) Grant
is a funding scheme offered by the Health
Promotion Board (HPB). The Grant provides
financial support to help organisations start and
sustain their workplace health programmes.
WHAT is the Workplace
Health Promotion Grant?
• The maximum grant quantum is $10,000.
The organisation must co-fund the WHP
project by contributing 50% or more of the
project cost.
WHAT is the value of the
Grant?
The Grant covers a wide range of WHP
services/activities including:
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Consultancy
Health needs assessment
Health education activities
Sports and physical activities
Targeted health interventions
Training
Purchase of health and fitness equipment
WHAT can the Grant Fund?
• Up to 40% of the Grant can be used to fund sports and
physical activities. Organisation are encouraged to use the
Grant to fund several initiatives over a period of 6 to 12
months in order to establish and to reinforce the concept of
healthy living under the 4 pillars of healthy lifestyle i.e
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Physical activity
no smoking
mental health
and healthy eating
Can the Grant be used to fund
sports and physical activities?
• Can the Grant be used to fund executive health
screening, instead of basic health screening?
The Grant funds only basic health screening which
includes screening on blood pressure, blood glucose,
blood cholesterol and Body Mass Index (BMI).
• These tests are sufficient to screen for the major risk
factors such as hypertension, diabetes and high blood
cholesterol which could lead to stroke, heart problems
and even mortality.
Type of Basic Health Screening
Funded by the Grant?
• Distributing fruits and vegetables usually does not help
people to change their behaviour to adopt a healthy diet.
HPB recommends that funds be used for skill-based
activities and environmental changes that will have a
long-term effect on employees' health. Organisations can
contact HPB for consultation on various activities to
promote healthy eating at the workplace.
funding fruits and vegetables
distribution?
Any organisation registered in Singapore with at least 5 paid
employees can apply. The organisation must abide by the
following terms and conditions:
1.
Organisation must apply for the Singapore HEALTH Award
(SHA)1 following in-principle approval of the Grant project.
2.
HPB’s prior approval for the project must be obtained before
commencing the activities. There will be no funding of past
activities.
WHO can apply for the
Grant?
3.
Organisation can apply for the Grant as a newcomer and when the
organisation attains award in the respective SHA categories, i.e.
Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. For each category, the
organisation is eligible to apply for up to two Grants2.
4.
The project must be completed within 12 months from the date of
HPB’s in-principle approval.
5.
All payments must be made within 12 months from the date of HPB’s
in-principle approval.
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At least 80% of the approved Grant amount must be utilised.
Continuation…
The Grant will be disbursed upon completion of the project.
To seek reimbursement, documents to be submitted to HPB:
1. Photocopies of receipts, payment vouchers or audited
statement of payment
2. Completed Interbank GIRO Form
3. Completed Grant Reimbursement Form
4. The amount reimbursed will be based on principal sum
and excludes GST. All payment will be made via GIRO.
HOW is my organisation
reimbursed?
• The project must be completed within 12 months from
the date of HPB’s in-principle approval. Expenses will be
paid at the end of the project based on satisfactory
completion of all the items listed in the approved
proposal.
• To seek reimbursement, please submit the Grant
Reimbursement Form printed on organisation letterhead,
with photocopies (readable) of receipts, payment
vouchers or statement of payment to HPB.
How do we submit the grant for
reimbursement?
• The reimbursement process takes approximately
15 working days from the date of reimbursement
submission. Organisation will receive payment
via GIRO about 30 days from the date of
approval of the reimbursement claim.
When and how long will we
receive our reimbursement?
1. The amount reimbursable will be based on the “in-principle”
approval. All grants approved must fulfil the criteria of 80%
utilisation (e.g. if in-principle approved budget is $10,000,
organisation must utilise up to $8,000).
2. If actual expenditure is more than the budgeted amount, the
final reimbursement amount will be based on the amount
approved in-principle.
If actual expenditure is less than the budgeted amount, the
final reimbursement amount will be reduced accordingly.
3. Note : The Grant does not fund the GST component charged
by service provider.
If we utilised more / less than the
approved project budget?
PROJECT TITLE: Weight Management Programme
PROJECT OBJECTIVES :
To obtain baseline data on health practices and health status of employees by Dec 2006
To reduce the proportion of staff with BMI ≥ 25 (overweight) from 14% to 10% by Dec
2006
Start time: 10 /January/ 06
End time: 15 /October/ 06
Lets say over the period of 10 months, reflect here in as an example
PROJECT BUDGET & INTERVENTIONS: What is to be done during that time
In the next slide
*Sample* Annual Workplace
Health Promotion Framework
S/N
Items
(as reflected in the approved
project)
Principal
Amount
(NoGST)
$
Borne by
Your Co.
(No GST)
$
Borne by
Grant
(No GST)
$
1
WHP Consultation Fees
1,000
600
400
2
Basic Health Screening &
Lifestyle Survey
2,000
800
1,200
3
Health Talks (Hypertension, Stroke,
Heart Disease)
500
100
400
4
Weight Management Programme
3,000
1,000
2,000
5
Exercise classes, gym
membership, TNP big walk
5,000
4,000
1,000
6,500
5,000
Total (excluding GST)
11,700
Reasons for Deviation
from the approved
project
Health talk on cancer was
cancelled due to low
registration.
*Sample* Annual Workplace
Health Promotion Framework
Workplace Health Promotions,
Add on/Additions
• The Mental Health Top Up Grant is an additional funding
option offered by HPB. This Top Up provides financial
support exclusively for organisations to sustain and augment
their workplace mental health promotion programmes. The
maximum top up quantum is $2000. No co-funding by the
organisation is required*
* Subject to Terms and Conditions
Mental Health Top Up
Grant
• For more info on the Mental Health add on/ additional
grant, kindly arrange for an appointment with Maximum
Wellness.
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Website: maximumwellnessSG.com
Email: [email protected]
Registered Business License: 53180494A
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