The only effective, sustainable approach to employee wellbeing involves the whole organisation. This guide explains how to recruit, train, and assess your Mental Health First Aiders.
Practical mental health skills and awareness training are key components for a safe, healthy workplace. They give people the tools to support their own mental health and that of their colleagues, and encourages them to access timely support when needed.
This guide explains how to recruit, train and assess Mental Health First Aiders for your organisation. It covers how to evaluate the support you already have in place, create a clear policy, and encourage senior-level buy-in.
It also includes case studies from well-known firms, so you can see the advice in action.
This accessible guide from Mind is designed to help all employers to understand and implement the core standards recommended in Thriving at Work, the Stevenson/Farmer review of workplace mental health.
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