WELLNESS

The Jamaica Racing Commission (JRC) believes that the Company needs a safe and healthy work environment for each employee. With this in mind JRC, JRC has embarked on its Employees’ Wellness Programme. The programme started in July 2017 and since then, it has been receiving good support. To achieve wellness, JRC recognized that lifestyle and behaviour change are required. The company is also aware that for the programme to be successful, it will take time, commitment and support from the relevant stakeholders, and is working to achieve that. The aim of the company is to create an environment which promotes a good balance in terms of physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and occupational wellness. Another initiative of the wellness programme, is to help employees to reduce stress, improve morals, increase productivity, and improve team building resulting in long term value for the organization.

EMPLOYEE WELLNESS ACTIVITIES
  • Exercise Classes
  • Participation in Running Events ->

Useful Information

Chronic Diseases

Hypertension
  • The medical term for high blood pressure.
  • Commonly called “pressure” in Jamaica
  • A risk factor for heart and kidney diseases as well as strokes.
Preventing /Managing the Disease
  • Exercise regularly
  • Manage Stress - Yoga, meditation
  • Be more physically active

Fact: Data presented in 2017 showed that close to 33,000 children ages 10-19 years in Jamaica, were diagnosed with elevated blood pressure due to obesity

COVID19
  • Connection between Covid19 and NCDs. Click here
Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Unpl
1. MR. ANTHONY THOMAS 52 35 31 19 17 13 7
2. MR. DANE NELSON 46 29 30 19 12 13 12
3. MR. DICK CARDENAS NIETO 22 22 15 18 14 15 11
4. MR. OMAR WALKER 16 18 16 10 11 8 7
5. MR. DANE DAWKINS 17 19 22 17 20 13 3
6. MR. TEVIN FOSTER 16 21 16 19 21 19 13
7. MR. CHRISTOPHER MAMDEEN 13 16 22 16 17 12 14
8. MR. REYAN LEWIS 10 10 10 6 5 9 8
9. MR. YOUVILLE PINNOCK 17 11 13 10 19 8 9
10. MR. OSHANE NUGENT 14 12 12 8 9 8 5

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