Wellbeing and the Workplace: what can you do to support your staff?

Posted on: September 20, 2021

Thursday 7 October 14:00 (UK Time)

The past year has created unimaginable change to our everyday lives which has hugely impacted every single one of us. Remote working, furlough and mass redundancies are just a few of the challenges that people have been facing at work throughout the pandemic.

But how can businesses support their staff in navigating these changes? BSI has created a brand new framework with practical guidance on how to support psychological health in the workplace which is here to help you.

It includes:

  • How to identify the psychosocial hazards that can affect workers, such as home working
  • What to do to minimize the risks associated with them
  • How to raise awareness and develop competence in the management of psychosocial risks
  • Information on what is important for the recovery and return to work of affected workers

Join BSI’s Global Head of Health, Safety and Well-being, Kate Field as she chairs this session on well-being and the workplace, featuring Mental Health at Work at Mind’s National Lead, Andrew Berrie and Jonathan Gawthrop, Executive Director of Wellbeing, Sustainability & Assurance for EMCOR UK – as we discuss what practical steps businesses can take to protect the psychological health of their workforce.

Register here. 

Author: Jade Bolton
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