Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing Content Library. Together for a healthier lifestyle.

Designed for employers, like you, who are keen in promoting health and wellbeing in their workplace, this library will provide necessary guidance and resources to do so. Each topic will have its own sets of materials.

Educational Campaign Toolkits
Coronavirus – COVID19 Collapsed Expanded

-Employer Flyer 1: (can be used by employer to distribute onsite or via online channels or email)

Flyer Subject: Coronavirus: Myths vs. Facts download here.

-Employer Flyer 2: (can be used by employer to distribute onsite or via online channels or email)

Flyer Subject: How does the Coronavirus spread? download here.

-Employer Flyer 3: (can be used by employer to distribute onsite or via online channels or email)

Flyer Subject: Coronavirus - How to protect yourself?download here.

-Employer Flyer 4: (can be used by employer to distribute onsite or via online channels or email)

Flyer Subject: Should I wear a mask? – download here.

-Emailer: (can be used by employer to distribute to employees via email)

Emailer Subject: Novel Coronavirus: what you should know  – download here.

-Employer piece 5: (can be used by employer to distribute onsite or via online channels or email)

Flyer Subject: How to keep a healthy weight while working from home  – download here.

Emailer Subject: How to keep a healthy weight while working from home  – download here.

Give your heart some love Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

-Flyers

Healthy lifestyle flyer: click here to download

Healthy weight flyer: click here to download

Know what’s in your heart flyer: click here to download

Treatments for heart disease flyer: click here to download

-Short articles

Commit to your heart healthy challenge content: click here to download

Cholesterol and blood pressure content: click here to download

Your heart healthy challenge content: click here to download

-Challenge

Challenge ID card: click here to download

Beating back pain Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

Email banner 3: click here to download

-Flyers

Treatment options flyer: click here to download

Protecting your back flyer: click here to download

-Short articles

Protecting your back content: click here to download

Underlying medical conditions content: click here to download

Breaking the habit Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

Email banner 3: click here to download

-Flyers

E-cigarettes flyer: click here to download

Health risk flyer: click here to download

Steps to quit flyer: click here to download

-Short articles

Health risks of cigarettes content: click here to download

What's in a cigarette content: click here to download

Tips for quitting content: click here to download

-Booklet

Quit smoking campaign booklet: click here to download

Germ defence Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

-Flyers

10 myths flyer: click here to download

Staying healthy flyer: click here to download

-Short articles

Know the difference between cold and flu content: click here to download

When and why the flu spreads so fast content: click here to download

Five common questions about cold and flu season content: click here to download

Healthy pregnancy, healthy baby Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

Email banner 3: click here to download

-Flyers

Mode of birth flyer: click here to download

Preparing for pregnancy flyer: click here to download

-Short articles

Is this good for my baby content: click here to download

Becoming knowledgeable content: click here to download

-Booklet

Healthy pregnancy booklet: click here to download

Take control of diabetes Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

Email banner 3: click here to download

Email banner 4: click here to download

-Flyers

It's your move flyer: click here to download

Living with diabetes flyer: click here to download

Types of diabetes flyer: click here to download

-Short articles

Common myths about type 2 diabetes content: click here to download

What to look for at a glance content: click here to download

Risk factors for type 2 diabetes content: click here to download

The smart healthy gut Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

Email banner 3: click here to download

Email banner 4: click here to download

-Flyers

Amazing facts flyer: click here to download

Cultivating a healthy gut flyer: click here to download

Eight super foods flyer: click here to download

-Short articles

Did you know your belly may be smart and tough content: click here to download

Eating and activity to help strengthen your GI tract content: click here to download

Ten things that can disrupt a healthy stomach content: click here to download

-Challenge

The gutsy challenge flyer: click here to download

Why allergies are more than irritating Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

Email banner 3: click here to download

-Flyers

Chronic allergies: click here to download

Diagnose, avoid, treat: click here to download

Food allergies: click here to download

-Short articles

Food allergies: click here to download

Tips for managing food allergies: click here to download

Is it a cold, nasal allergy or allergic asthma: click here to download

Why doesnt my body get used to allergens: click here to download

-Campaign evaluation

Campaign evaluation: click here to download

Cancer - be aware not afraid Collapsed Expanded

-Employer directions (toolkit)

Toolkit: click here to download

-Email campaign

Email contents: click here to download

Email banner 1: click here to download

Email banner 2: click here to download

Email banner 3: click here to download

-Flyers

Colonoscopy: click here to download

Early detection: click here to download

Mammograms: click here to download

Myths: click here to download

-Short articles

What is cancer: click here to download

Recommended lifestyle changes for skin cancer: click here to download

Recommended lifestyle changes for breast cancer: click here to download

Recommended lifestyle changes for colon cancer: click here to download

-Campaign evaluation

Campaign evaluation: click here to download

-Booklet

The recipe for fighting colon cancer: click here to download

Onsite Event’s Toolkits
Cancer Collapsed Expanded

Pre Event Material – to drive awareness prior to event – deploy typically 10 days pre-event 

  • Emailer version 1 (in case event consists of a Seminar + Onsite Screenings): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email.
  • Emailer version 2 (in case event consists of a Seminar only): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email– typically 10 days pre-event
  • Poster: to be used by employer to display around the office as physical flyers, and/or or to distribute it via online channels   
  • Tv Screen Banner: to be used by employer to display  in available onsite TVs, screens, or desktops)
     

During Event Material - to drive awareness & directions on the event day  

  • Roll up Banner (typically brought & displayed by MetLife during event – employer can also use this material if they wish)
Cold & Flu Collapsed Expanded

Pre Event Material – to drive awareness prior to event – deploy typically 10 days pre-event 

  • Emailer version 1 (in case event consists of a Seminar + Onsite Screenings): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email.
  • Emailer version 2 (in case event consists of a Seminar only): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email– typically 10 days pre-event
  • Poster: to be used by employer to display around the office as physical flyers, and/or or to distribute it via online channels   
  • Tv Screen Banner: to be used by employer to display  in available onsite TVs, screens, or desktops)
     

During Event Material - to drive awareness & directions on the event day

  • Roll up Banner (typically brought & displayed by MetLife during event – employer can also use this material if they wish)
Diabetes Collapsed Expanded

Pre Event Material – to drive awareness prior to event – deploy typically 10 days pre-event 

  • Emailer version 1 (in case event consists of a Seminar + Onsite Screenings): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email.
  • Emailer version 2 (in case event consists of a Seminar only): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email– typically 10 days pre-event
  • Poster: to be used by employer to display around the office as physical flyers, and/or or to distribute it via online channels   
  • Tv Screen Banner: to be used by employer to display  in available onsite TVs, screens, or desktops)
     

During Event Material - to drive awareness & directions on the event day

  • Roll up Banner (typically brought & displayed by MetLife during event – employer can also use this material if they wish)
Healthy Heart Collapsed Expanded

Pre Event Material – to drive awareness prior to event – deploy typically 10 days pre-event 

  • Emailer version 1 (in case event consists of a Seminar + Onsite Screenings): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email.
  • Emailer version 2 (in case event consists of a Seminar only): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email– typically 10 days pre-event
  • Poster: to be used by employer to display around the office as physical flyers, and/or or to distribute it via online channels   
  • Tv Screen Banner: to be used by employer to display  in available onsite TVs, screens, or desktops)
     

During Event Material - to drive awareness & directions on the event day

  • Roll up Banner (typically brought & displayed by MetLife during event – employer can also use this material if they wish)
Mental Health Collapsed Expanded

Pre Event Material – to drive awareness prior to event – deploy typically 10 days pre-event 

  • Emailer version 1 (in case event consists of a Seminar + Onsite Screenings): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email.
  • Emailer version 2 (in case event consists of a Seminar only): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email– typically 10 days pre-event
  • Poster: to be used by employer to display around the office as physical flyers, and/or or to distribute it via online channels   
  • Tv Screen Banner: to be used by employer to display  in available onsite TVs, screens, or desktops)
     

During Event Material - to drive awareness & directions on the event day

  • Roll up Banner (typically brought & displayed by MetLife during event – employer can also use this material if they wish)
Nutrition Collapsed Expanded

Pre Event Material – to drive awareness prior to event – deploy typically 10 days pre-event 

  • Emailer version 1 (in case event consists of a Seminar + Onsite Screenings): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email.
  • Emailer version 2 (in case event consists of a Seminar only): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email– typically 10 days pre-event
  • Poster: to be used by employer to display around the office as physical flyers, and/or or to distribute it via online channels   
  • Tv Screen Banner: to be used by employer to display  in available onsite TVs, screens, or desktops)
     

During Event Material - to drive awareness & directions on the event day

  • Roll up Banner (typically brought & displayed by MetLife during event – employer can also use this material if they wish)
Women's Health Collapsed Expanded

Pre Event Material – to drive awareness prior to event – deploy typically 10 days pre-event 

  • Emailer version 1 (in case event consists of a Seminar + Onsite Screenings): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email.
  • Emailer version 2 (in case event consists of a Seminar only): to be used by employer to inform employees about event via email– typically 10 days pre-event
  • Poster: to be used by employer to display around the office as physical flyers, and/or or to distribute it via online channels   
  • Tv Screen Banner: to be used by employer to display  in available onsite TVs, screens, or desktops)
     

During Event Material - to drive awareness & directions on the event day

  • Roll up Banner (typically brought & displayed by MetLife during event – employer can also use this material if they wish)