The impacts that mental ill-health poses UK workplaces is both incredibly widespread and complex. According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in 2017/18 there were 15.4 million working days lost as a result of work-related stress anxiety or depression, up from 12.5 million in the previous year.
The second Wellbeing in Construction Summit taking place 2nd July at ExCeL, London will address this issue. The agenda will give vital advice and case studies on improving employee wellbeing, improving the working environment of your employees, and an introduction to mental health first aid.
Book your place today to hear from a brand-new line-up of experts and industry leaders as they shed light on mental health in the construction sector.
Latest speakers to join the line- up include:
James Rudoni, Managing Director at industry charity Mates in Mind has been confirmed. He will be talking about the impact of mental ill-health on employers, the associated costs and demonstrate how to enable change.
Nicola Chamberlain, Client Relationship Manager at Mental Health First Aid England will provide you with an insight into Mental Health First Aid training. You will learn key practical skills, understand the basics and take away downloadable material to implement back into your own organisations.
Joanna-May from Joanna-May: Q- Yoga, will be discussing the topic of meditation in a 45- minute interactive seminar. Learn why it is such a powerful and accessible tool and whether it has a place in the construction industry.
The summit will allow you to leave with a clear understanding of the key business benefits and the right knowledge required to implement and strengthen a wellbeing strategy right away into your own infrastructure.
Included in your ticket: A full -day programme to learn from the UK’s leading industry experts, network with 200+ construction professionals, lunch and refreshments included and acquire up to 4 hours + of CPD certification.
Save £100! Use our unique code DSO149 to book tickets for just £149 + VAT (Full price ticket £249.)