To offer wellness programs to educate, prevent and protect all Pratt & Whitney employees.
To identify and reduce preventable health risks through convenient onsite programs, to help employees understand and obtain high quality health care and promote a healthy culture.
HealthTime® Pratt & Whitney Medical Department Employee Wellness is committed to protect and enhance the health of Pratt & Whitney employees and their families . The program is available to assist Pratt & Whitney facilities in creating, maintaining or energizing worksite wellness programs to promote a healthy culture. Here is a sample of programs and services available:
The HealthTime® program is continuously improving and finding ways to enhance the health of our employees. Our goal is to expand wellness programs nationally and globally.
At Pratt & Whitney, we inspire the next generation – our programs are developing the engineers, scientists and manufacturers of the future, as well as tomorrow's responsible stewards of our environment.
We are also shaping the communities of the future, empowering our employees to positively impact the communities where they live and work. Across the globe, our employees generously volunteer their time, talent and expertise to positively impact their local communities.
Since 2008, Pratt & Whitney has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund community revitalization projects initiated by employees. The Pratt & Whitney Green Power Grant Program funds and encourages projects that enhance, protect or preserve the environment, or teach others the value of doing so. Our Green Power Grants empower our employees to engage with their communities and improve their local environments – it's just one of the many reasons why Pratt & Whitney is a great place to work.
For more information on Grant recipients, please go to our Corporate Citizenship page. Click here for a summary of some of our employees' 2015 projects, funded by Green Power Grants.
Pratt & Whitney employees are encouraged to go "back to school" and participate in the annual Green Apple Day of Service which happens annually in September. Started in 2012 by the U.S. Green Building Council's Green Schools initiative, Green Apple Day of Service is a UTC-sponsored international program designed to engage communities to improve local schools through service projects.
Employees at Pratt & Whitney facilities around the world are encouraged to engage with a local school. Past projects have included cleaning up playgrounds for safer outdoor play, engaging students in lessons about sustainable practices in their schools, replacing regular lightbulbs with LEDs and building outdoor learning environments. Last year, Pratt & Whitney employees were among the UTC business units that participated in 25 projects in five countries.