Open Seminar on Choosing Suitable Sports Activities

Many working people exercise at weekends or leisure time. Some people are likely to take time to prepare for sports competitions such as marathons. However, improper exercise may easily lead to injuries. For instance, sudden, vigorous acts can be harmful for those who lack sufficient training and incompatible body conditions. This is the very opposite of our goals. To better enjoy the fun of exercise, the Occupational Safety and Health Council will hold a seminar on 21 August 2018, at which we will invite Dr. Billy So, Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, to show us how to choose appropriate sports activities for different individuals. “Choose the right activity, don’t drain your vitality.” All are welcomed!

Date: 21 August 2018 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:45 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Venue: The Auditorium, Christian Family Service Centre, 3 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
Speaker: Dr. Billy So, Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Fee: Free of Charge
Language: Cantonese
Contact person: Ms. Chan
Email: seminar@oshc.org.hk
Phone: 2116 5703
Fax: 2151 7438

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Workshop on Laughter Yoga for Stress Management

Stress exists in everyday life. It can be a positive driving force to step forward but it could also have a negative impact on the physical and psychological wellbeing if people have been working under substantial level of stress continuously.
Laughter Yoga is a simple and profound aerobic exercise. This exercise not only makes the body release more stress relieving endorphins but also promotes abdominal breathing through laughters and improves the blood oxygen level. The concept of Laughter Yoga is based on the scientific fact that people can achieve a complete wellbeing workout and hence work more efficiently. Besides, the exercises of Laughter Yoga help to relieve the stress induced musculoskeletal discomforts and reduce chance of injury at work.

Venue: OSHC OSH Academy
Start Date: 31/08/2018
Time: 14:00-16:30

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Occupational Health Award 2017-18

The Occupational Safety and Health Council, the Labour Department, the Department of Health, the Pneumoconiosis Compensation Fund Board and the Occupational Deafness Compensation Board join hands to launch the "Occupational Health Award 2016-17". This year there are 3 categories under the Award; "Joyful@Healthy Workplace Best Practices Award", "Hearing Conservation Best Practices Award" and "Prevention of Pneumoconiosis Best Practices Award". “Innovative Enhancement Award” under 3 categories will be first introduced so as to encourage organizations to enhance the existing practice from an innovative perspective.

“Occupational Health Award Forum and Award Presentation” was successfully held on 15 March 2018 (Thursday), with a total of 155 entries. Congratulations to the winning organizations.

Winner List

“Joyful@Healthy Workplace” Kick-off cum Charter Signing Ceremony

“Joyful@Healthy Workplace” Kick-off cum Charter Signing Ceremony was successfully held on 3 October 2016 at D.PARK, Tsuen Wan. The programme has drawn over 330 participating organizations.


The Kick-off cum Charter Signing Ceremony will be officiated by Dr. Constance CHAN Hon-yee, JP, Director of Health, Dr. LEUNG Ting-hung, BBS, JP, Controller, Centre for Health Protection, Department of Health, Mr. Jeff LEUNG Wing-yan, Deputy of Commissioner for Labour, Labour Department and Dr. Alan CHAN Hoi-shou, Vice-Chairman, Occupational Safety and Health Council.


Officiating guests take group photo with participating representatives.

List of the Joyful @ Healthy Workplace Charter Signing Organizations

Video for “Joyful@Healthy Workplace” Kick-off cum Charter Signing Ceremony


“Joyful@Healthy Workplace” Programme

The Department of Health and the Occupational Safety and Health Council launch the “Joyful@Healthy Workplace” Programme. A series of activities will be organised to assist employers and employees to create a joyful and healthy working environment. The programme focuses on three areas, “Healthy Eating”, “Physical Activity” and “Mental Well-being”.