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The full research report below aligns to the following competencies:
- organisational culture: innovate level
- occupational health and wellbeing: lead and innovate levels.
Informed by the research, the Evaluating the effectiveness of mental health policies and practices in the workplace roundtable, and subsequent dialogue with stakeholders, IOSH has developed additional guidance:
- Mental health in the workplace: benchmarking questions - to help ask benchmarking questions about workplace mental health and wellbeing support
- Mental health first aiders: workplace considerations - considerations on integrating ‘mental health first aiders’ into a wider system of support.
IOSH held a round table discussion at the Institute of Directors (IoD) to discuss the findings of new research into Mental Health First Aid. Watch the video to hear all about it!
Managing Occupational Health and Wellbeing
Managing Occupational Health and Wellbeing provides practical advice and tools for managers to help create a healthy and productive place of work.