Inclusion + Wellbeing ensures our approach to safety is physical and psychological – addressing the unique risk factors in construction. It also promotes a culture where everyone is included no matter what role they play. Everyone has a voice and should feel empowered to speak up and ‘call it out’ if something doesn’t feel right or could be done differently.
We are delighted to have been awarded the Mental Health Matters award for our 5 Ways to Wellbeing campaign in Australia. The campaign is centred on a set of five evidence based health messages about the kinds of activities that people can do that are known to improve mental health and wellbeing.
BFA Next Gear Next Steps 2018 strategy
BFA Next Gear 2018 Final
This year’s World Mental Health Day is set amidst the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. 2020 has been challenging for us all and perhaps even more so for those who are already suffering with mental health conditions as they may be experiencing greater social isolation than ever before.
GLOBE: Let’s talk about it
Mark provides some tips for conducting the conversation with staff about their mental health and wellbeing.
GLOBE: Establish an outcome
In the final step of GLOBE, Mark highlights the importance of the follow-up when concluding your initial conversations with a team member about their mental health.
GLOBE: Observe confidentiality
Mark explains the need for confidentiality when discussing mental health issues at work, and points out some of the exceptions to this rule.
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