Alcohol reduction - healthy workplaces

​Cutting down on alcohol can bring some great rewards. Not only will it mean a reduced risk to your health, but you could look better, feel better and have more time and cash to spend on doing other things.


Information for staff

Cutting down on alcohol doesn’t have to be hard. There are simple, interactive tools available to help you check how much you drink. They also give you some tips and ideas for ways to cut back:

For more information about local services, see our alcohol harm reduction page.

Information for employers

The workplace environment can have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of the people who work there when certain conditions are met. We know that many employers in Northamptonshire already do a lot to keep their workforce healthy, happy and motivated.

If you want to get support and advice to help inform your staff about alcohol, contact Aquarius on:

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