HSE International

Mates in Mind – An Introduction

HSE International hears from Clive Johnson (HCLG), Mike Robinson (British Safety Council), Jocelyn Shaw (Executive Director) and Steve Hails (Tideway) about the launch and ambition of Mates in Mind …

HSE INTERNATIONAL ISSUE 109

A Health & Wellbeing Focus, featuring: Mental Health & Wellbeing, Mates in Mind, The ELAS Group, British Tinnitus Association, Sit- Stand, DEB and much more …

Mental Health & Wellbeing Focus

Part of the reason many struggle to understand mental health is that they don’t know what it actually means; to date, there are more than 200 classified forms of mental illness …

31 Hours – Play about suicide and mental health on UK rail network supported by British Safety Council

31 Hours carries a powerful message about the reasons behind and effects of fatalities on railways in Britain and about suicide in general …

British Safety Council launches mental health training courses

The British Safety Council has unveiled its new mental health training portfolio, with courses to help businesses and employees start conversations about …

Mates in Mind takes the next step with construction industry roll out

Mates in Mind, an initiative created with the aim of improving the health and mental wellbeing of the UK construction industry’s workforce, has now been rolled out …

New initiative launched to support mental health agenda in construction

Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity and Considerate Constructors Scheme launch new initiative to help support mental health agenda in construction…

London chefs believe long working hours harm their health

A punishing long hours’ culture in professional kitchens puts the mental and physical health of chefs in London at risk, a survey by Unite has revealed…

World Health Day: Enjoy a better designed workplace with ISO standards

World Health Day – 7 April: To help businesses and experts design healthy workplaces, ISO has developed International Standards that address ergonomics…

Mates in Mind is the way forward on mental health in construction

Mates in Mind aims to to raise awareness and understanding of poor mental health, giving managers tools, information and training to make construction a healthier workplace…