A TOPICAL AND IMPORTANT CONFERENCE FOR HEALTH & SAFETY AND HR PROFESSIONALS
The Mental Health in the Workplace Conference is a deep dive conference with content that has been specially designed and created for Health and Safety and Human Resources Managers who have been given responsibility for mental health and wellbeing in their workplace.
Experts, scientists and thought leaders will deliver a world class conference on the strategies, culture, implementation, policies, law, employer responsibilities, business tools, information, physiologies and practical advice on mental health in the workplace.
With case studies from world leading companies, thought leadership from behavioural professors, insight from psychologists and practical advice from those who have walked the walk this conference is a must attend for anyone who has been tasked with mental health in the work place.
We will look at how mental health is incorporated into the requirements of ISO 45001, the occupational health and safety standard, that will support organisations to improve employee health and safety, reduce workplace risks and create better, safer, healthier working conditions.
Need to know
NEW DATE & VENUE ANNOUNCED
We are pleased to confirm that - in line with the current government guidelines - the Mental Health in the Workplace Conference will take place at the Hilton Bankside in London on 24 June 2021.
All previously booked places have been transferred accordingly and we have some space still available.
Mental Health in the Workplace has never been a more important topic than after the last year - we look forward to you joining the conversation in London this June!
Poor mental health has been cited as costing UK businesses between £33 billion and £42 billion a year, with an annual cost to the UK economy of between £74 billion and £99 billion.
According to published advise by the Government’s Department of Health one in four of us will experience mental ill health at some point in our lives. It is therefore vital that employers and staff work towards a better understanding of and promote positive mental health as well as supporting those experiencing mental ill health.
Studies show that work places who promote a positive attitude towards mental health thrive: staff perform better, have fewer sick days, boast increased productivity and are more engaged in their work.