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Mates in Mind Announce Headline Sponsorship for Regatta London

MATES IN MIND has announced that it is one of the three headline charities for Regatta London, the first ever mass- participation paddle sports...

Mates in Mind Encourages Think, Talk, Tackle Model

THIS WEEK construction mental health charity, Mates in Mind, is celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 alongside more than 250 Supporters and Partners, and...

Mental Health Initiative Encourages Workplace Wellbeing

As the UK bursts into action for Mental Health Awareness Week this week (13th-17th May 2019), Jonathan Walls, Assistant Building Manager with Willmott Dixon,...

Mental Health Still a No-Go Zone for Four in Five Workers

FOUR IN FIVE British workers won’t discuss mental health problems with their boss because they fear being stigmatised and judged incapable, new survey findings...

Council Launches Workplace Wellbeing Videos

AS PART of Mental Health Awareness Week this week (13 – 19 May), employers are being urged by the British Safety Council (BSC) to make...

Construction Mental Health Toolkit Launched Online

MENTAL HEALTH charity, Mind, has launched an online construction toolkit that allows employers and employees access to free tools, advice and information from a...

Construction Mental Health Conference Set to Launch

Today, two construction workers will take their own life. Male site workers are three times more likely to take their own lives than the...

Timber Merchant Provides Mental Health Training to Support Employee Well-being

SIX members of NYTimber’s management team are now fully-qualified Adult Mental Health First Aiders. The training, delivered by Mental Health First Aid England, means the...

Call for Industry Leaders to Transform Mental Health

BUSINESS leaders are being encouraged to consider delivering meaningful change to their workforces by UK construction mental health charity Mates in Mind. Mates in Mind...

Construction Giant Dubs Today ‘Blue Monday’

TODAY (21 January 2019) has been dubbed ‘Blue Monday’- “the most depressing day of the year”. The day is a further reminder of the issue...