Health Promotion Network

The Health Promotion Network (HPN) provides a forum focused on discussing health and wellbeing initiatives in the workplace.

The HPN brings together public sector health practitioners from Treasury Managed Fund (TMF) member agencies.

The core purpose of the HPN is to promote, implement and integrate health and wellbeing programs within the NSW community.

We encourage our members to share strategies and updates on State and National government policies and cooperate on joint initiatives.

It is a key sub-group of the Safety Risk Management & Injury Management Coalition (SRM&IM).

HPN membership

The HPN membership is open to large agencies and departments participating in the Treasury Managed Fund (TMF) Scheme and SRM&IM Coalition.

Representatives should be at an operational level or be able to influence on the health and wellbeing programs within their agency.

Each member agency nominates one primary representative and one alternate as members of the HPN. Their membership is subject to yearly review.

Invitations may be extended to non-Coalition agencies where relevant. Other agencies may nominate or be invited to join.

Current HPN member agencies include:

  • Corrective Services NSW
  • Roads and Maritime Services
  • Office of Environment and Heritage
  • NSW Health
  • NSW Department of Transport
  • Ageing, Disability and Home Care / Family and Community Services
  • NSW Department of Education and Training
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Fire and Rescue NSW
  • NSW Police Force
  • Sydney Water

For further information please contact Insurance for NSW

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