Staff Mental Wellbeing
StaffMentalWellbeing.com provides organisations with the advice and resources to help staff improve their mental health and wellbeing.
We can provide you with the advice and resources that you need, to help your organisation manage staff mental health and wellbeing in the workplace more effectively.
We can help you with the management and operational controls for better psychological health and safety at work.
We can assess the quality and performance of your organisation's activities relating to mental health in the workplace and mental wellbeing at work, and help you to identify opportunities for improvement.
We can also help with peer assessments, anonymously and confidentially engaging organisations across your industry, to look at how your organisation compares, best practises, and opportunities for improvement.
We can provide you with online (Teams/Zoom/Google) or face-to-face workshops, to help your colleagues improve their understanding of mental health and mental wellbeing matters, and help to identify improvement opportunities across the organisation.
We can provide your senior leaders, managers and colleagues with standardised or bespoke mental wellbeing training and mental health training, to help them understand the issues, risks and opportunities. All training is highly interactive, to engage attendees and help them learn and remember key messages.
We can provide you with a range of electronic or physical awareness materials to help inform and remind your colleagues about key considerations for mental health and will be and your organisation.
Online materials, includes templated emails, screensavers and desktop graphics.
From a physical perspective, we can provide materials such as posters, coasters, leaflets, pens, stress balls, etc.
We can assess your organisation against industry standards for mental health and wellbeing and help you align with those standards.
The ISO 45003 standard for psychological health and safety at work is our most often recommended industry standard for mental health and wellbeing in the workplace, and can help you demonstrate consideration of a globally recognised approaches.
We can help you to assess your organisational risks relating to mental health and wellbeing, the existing issues, and potential controls that could be used to mitigate those matters.
We can help you develop your organisation's strategy for better mental health and wellbeing.
We will consider factors that make your organisation unique, such as the size, location, culture, industry, products, services, organisational structure, history, financials and wider business strategy.
We can help develop your mental wellbeing and mental health policies, combining your existing policies, framework, content and governance, your organisation's approach, our experience and our templated policy materials.
We can help you independently identify and assess relevant third parties to help support your change programmes and mental health strategies.
We can provide you with mental health change specialists, to enhance your organisation's mental health and wellbeing controls, and help you deliver projects that support your mental health strategy and policy.
We can work with senior leaders, managers, colleagues and specialist functions, to help assess, identify, design and deliver best practises.
We can provide you with a range of survey tools and surveys to help get the right kind of feedback from your colleagues, to help assess and enhance your approach to mental wellbeing and mental health.
We can provide you with mental health and wellbeing help lines, allowing your colleagues to ask questions, raise concerns, or ask for help.
Appropriate platforms can be selected, such as web portal, phone, SMS or social media messaging.
Help line contacts can be made anonymous, if preferred by your organisation, and are operated by mental health specialists with Mental Health First Aid qualifications.
We can provide you with qualified Mental Health First Aiders, to work with your colleagues, help them understand causes and symptoms of mental health issues, and to help appropriately refer colleagues that might be struggling or concerned about their own wellbeing.
You can find out more, simply be contacting us today: