Using personal experiences to support the workforce with mental health issues

Mental health issues and concerns are just as important as physical health problems, but can be overlooked.

It is vitally important that the workforce has sufficient support and advice, should they need it.

Below is an example of how you could raise awareness and offer support relating to mental health:

  • One member of the site team voluntarily put together a case study of their personal experiences with mental health issues;
  • The case study was distributed throughout the workforce;
  • This was done to raise awareness and encourage operatives to seek professional help provided by the company, if they felt they could be suffering from stress or poor mental health.

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Second visit Monitor Report, Keepmoat Regeneration Ltd, Wales, May 2015


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