This merit recognises businesses that have pledged to improve people’s health.
Run in association with the Department of Health, businesses make a public commitment to such things as:
- making catering practices healthier
- improving the health and wellbeing of their employees
- promoting physical activity
- tackling issues like the misuse of alcohol and drugs
- being greener.
How to sign up
If you operate businesses you can choose from a list of suggested pledges or make up one of your own. If your idea meets our criteria we will award your business a pledge for health merit and give you a window sticker.
Businesses that have gained recognition under the Best Bar None Norwich scheme (BBNN) may also apply to be awarded a Pledge for Health merit for their commitment to responsible alcohol sales.
Larger organisations that sign up to the Department of Health’s public responsibility deal may also apply.