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Launch of HSE Working Minds Campaign: Explore New Free Online Learning for Employers

In a bid to make stress prevention and mental health support an integral part of everyday work culture, the HSE Working Minds campaign introduces a new, interactive online learning tool for employers, absolutely free of charge.

 

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Designed to breathe life into the campaign’s core principles, the tool emphasizes risk assessment through five key steps: Reach out, Recognise, Respond, Reflect, and Make it Routine.

This innovative online learning experience comprises six concise modules, guiding users through practical steps, accompanied by useful tools and relatable scenarios. Engaging games and quizzes are interspersed throughout, ensuring an interesting and informative journey that typically takes no more than an hour to complete.

Upon completion, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of legal requirements for employers, equipping them to ensure compliance. All the necessary tools to initiate the process are conveniently provided in one place, and users can revisit the material as often as needed.

Whether acquiring new knowledge, refreshing existing skills, or sharing insights with others, this initiative encourages participants to contribute to the wider goal of fostering positive change in workplace mental health.

Register here.

The facts…

  • since 2019, the total annual cost of poor mental health has increased by 25%, costing UK employers up to £56 billion a year
  • over half of working days lost due to ill health are due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety
  • ‘stress, depression and anxiety’ is the number one reason for work-related illness in the UK and figures continue to rise
  • whether you’re a small business or a large corporation, the law requires all employers to prevent work-related stress to support good mental health in the workplace. In practical terms, that means doing a risk assessment and acting on it

To delve deeper into the Working Minds campaign and discover how to contribute to its success, find additional information here.

HSE Working Minds campaign launches new free online learning for employers

The key to preventing stress at work and supporting good mental health is making it part of routine working life and culture.

To help you do this a free interactive tool has been developed that brings the Working Minds campaign principles to life.

To help employers prevent stress and support good mental health, the Working Minds campaign promotes the principles of risk assessment, with a focus on 5 steps:

Reach out, recognise, respond, reflect, make it routine.

The new bitesize online learning is made up of 6 short modules that guide you step by step, with helpful tools and relatable, everyday scenarios along the way. There are games and quizzes peppered throughout to keep things interesting and it typically takes no more than an hour to complete.

You’ll come away with an understanding of what the law requires of employers and what you need to do to be compliant. We’ll share all the tools you need to get started in one place, and you can come back as many times as you like.

Learn something new, refresh your existing knowledge or share with others to spread the word and help drive change.

Register and get started today

The facts…

  • since 2019, the total annual cost of poor mental health has increased by 25%, costing UK employers up to £56 billion a year
  • over half of working days lost due to ill health are due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety
  • ‘stress, depression and anxiety’ is the number one reason for work-related illness in the UK and figures continue to rise
  • whether you’re a small business or a large corporation, the law requires all employers to prevent work-related stress to support good mental health in the workplace. In practical terms, that means doing a risk assessment and acting on it

Find out more about the Working Minds campaign and how to support it.

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Head of Circular Economy at Volvo Cars

Owain joined Volvo Cars in June 2021 to lead Circular Economy in the Global Sustainability Team. The company has committed to being a circular business by 2040 and has financial, recycled content and CO2 based targets for 2025, all of which Owain is working across the company to make happen. Owain previously worked for circular economy consultancy Oakdene Hollins where he advised businesses on evidence led circular economy implementation. 

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