Articles from British Safety Council

Workplace wellbeing experts gather to review wellbeing concepts and practice

Demystifying wellbeing at work: British Safety Council gathers workplace wellbeing experts to review wellbeing concepts and practice. 

Dame Carol Black advises how to create a wellbeing culture

Solving the wellbeing puzzle.

Breaking mental health stigma must start at the top

Over the last two years, mental health has become a key boardroom issue in Britain, but the gap between the perception of how much has been achieved and the reality is still wide.

No job, employer or regulator should take away workers’ health, safety and wellbeing #SHWDay

British Safety Council’s campaigning and research work supports the aims of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work

Mates in Mind Impact Awards 2019: Celebrating action taken across the construction sector

On Friday 5 April 2019, Mates in Mind announced the Highly Commended and Winners of their 2019 Impact Awards.

Celebrating Young Health, Safety and Wellbeing Champions

Some of the best health, safety and wellbeing champions in the world are shortlisted for the International Safety Awards 2019

Mates in Mind striving alongside B&CE to transform apprentices’ mental health #NAW2019

Having been awarded the B&CE’s Mowlem Award grant in 2018, Mates in Mind have launched their Apprentices’ Mental Health Survey to support improvements in the mental health of apprentices across the construction and related industries

King’s College London and British Safety Council launch Canairy, for outdoor workers

A unique app launched today by King’s College London for the British Safety Council’s Time to Breathe campaign, provides outdoor workers with information to help them reduce their exposure to air pollution and employers with intelligence to enable them to protect the health of their workers.  

Mates in Mind calls on industry leaders to transform mental health

Mates in Mind believes business leaders are in a good position to address mental health in the workplace, but encourages them to consider that delivering meaningful change to their workforces should be effectively aligned to their business priorities.

Workplace wellbeing – is it working?

Employee wellbeing is being compromised by a lack of understanding of how to implement effective programmes, reveals the latest research from the British Safety Council

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