- The cycle, promoted by the Cepsa-Santa Cruz Liaison Committee, advocates the rapprochement and exchange of best practices between the energy company and the Canary Islands society.
The commitment to a healthy company culture, delving into the management of the integral health and well-being of workers, is the topic to be addressed at the next meeting of the 'Dialogues in Action' cycle, to be held on September 30 at 5:00 p.m., and to which interested persons can connect online, subject to prior registration.
The meeting will include the intervention of Laura Hernández, head of Cepsa's Medical Services in the Canary Islands, who will focus her presentation on the growing importance given by companies such as Cepsa, to the integral promotion of health, both physical and emotional, and how this is reflected in the well-being of its professionals. Programs such as 'Your Health Moves Us,' a Cepsa initiative in which she has been working for years, and which the energy company encourages you to share, are benchmarks.
Also participating in this session will be the director of Cepsa in the Canary Islands, José Manuel Fernández-Sabugo; the president of the Official College of Pharmacists of Santa Cruz, Manuel Ángel Galván; the vice-dean of the Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism of the University of La Laguna, Ángel Chinea; the head of the Technical Service of Occupational Risk Prevention of the Cabildo of Tenerife, Jorge Ribes; and Daiana Garelli, Prevention Technician of the Spanish Association Against Cancer.
Those interested in attending this second session can do so by registering in advance at www.cepsa.com/dialogosenaccion.
'Dialogues in action' is a series of round tables promoted by the Cepsa-Santa Cruz Liaison Committee, in which the company's professional experts share their experience and knowledge on different topics of interest to society, in order to promote a closer relationship with society and the exchange of best practices. To this end, a dialog is generated with agents from different sectors and areas related to the subject matter, who are invited to participate. As a conclusion, the audience (online) can ask them questions, thus enriching the event.
The director of Cepsa in the Canary Islands, José Manuel Fernández-Sabugo, emphasizes that this initiative, "which arose within the Cepsa-Santa Cruz Liaison Committee, seeks to create spaces for the debate and participation of very diverse groups. The first meeting was very well received, both by the people who attended and by the subsequent visualizations of the session, which was recorded. On this occasion, we hope to once again be able to offer an interesting exchange of best practices."
Likewise, José Manuel Fernández-Sabugo emphasizes that the strategic composition of the round tables, with representatives from business, the third sector, prominent entrepreneurs, university professors and government technicians, among other agents, is one of the most relevant aspects of the initiative.