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Promoting Good Mental Health in the Workplace: Using risk management resources from HSE including a new qualification and training offer developed with NEBOSH



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Employers have a legal duty to protect workers from stress at work by undertaking a risk assessment and acting on it. Recognising the signs of stress will help employers to take steps to manage, mitigate and prevent the negative affect that stress has on a workforce.

In this event HSE will raise awareness of the preventative measures that organisations can take to identify and manage work-related stress. The process of identifying conditions in the workplace that can cause stress and addressing them before they cause harm is the most effective way of ensuring that workers go home healthy and safe at the end of every working day. This strong focus on worker health and safety, in turn, benefits organisational performance.

This event will give you access to HSE experts and the HSE risk management approach. NEBOSH and TSO will join us to highlight official HSE training, resources, products and services. After the presentations, our expert panel members will answer your questions to provide further advice on how to identify and reduce risk, in order to prevent harm.



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Please note that HSE will not be offering CPD certificates.

This is a FREE webinar.


A welcome from Chris Austin, Head of Training at HSE.
Denver Coulson, Head of Campaigns at HSE will introduce the HSE Working Minds Campaign.
Jen Webster, Chartered Psychologist at HSE will talk us through what is expected from dutyholders and introduce the HSE Stress Management Standards and best practice principles.
Carl Whitman, from HSE's publishing partner: The Stationery Office (TSO) will present all of the resources and guidance available from HSE.
Chris Austin will tell us more about what training qualifications and courses are available from HSE and NEBOSH.

Q&A to the panel.


The event brochure is available to download here.


Some of our training courses can also be delivered in-company, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Telephone: +44 (0)203 028 3704

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