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Mental Health at Work

This toolbox has been designed to facilitate  the mental health of workers in the construction industry, which traditionally has been male dominated. Resources in this tool kit include steps to take to build a more supportive culture of mental health; building a mental health charter; Tools Box Talk with videos; free suicide prevention training; how to start the conversation about mental health in the construction industry. 

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Considerate Constructors Scheme

This is best practice hub which shines a light on mental health and aims to raise awareness in the construction industry. It contains case studies of best practices across the industry to provide guidance and inspiration; for instance mental health campaigns; 12-month action plans to change how employees think and act about mental health in the workplace; the use of a therapy dog onsite; creating a physical forum where employees can put up posters or add sticky notes with thoughts and concerns etc. 

Author: Men's Health Forum

How to make mental health services work for men (2014)

This report explores how to make mental health services work for men. It outlines the main obstacles men experience in using services, but also what works in male mental health interventions. Although a large proportion of the report is geared towards men's mental health in general, there are aspects of it which focuses on the workplace. The top ten tips shared at the end of the report may be adopted and applied in workplace interventions aimed at improving men's mental health.  

Author: Wilkins, D. Kemple, M.

Delivering male. Effective Practice in male mental health

This report was commissioned by the National Health Development Unit, and written and published as a partnership between the Men’s Health Forum and Mind. It addresses what can be done to make sure that the mental health needs of men and boys are met more effectively in the future? Although it is not specifically geared towards the workforce, there may be useful aspects of the reports which could be adapted and applied to the workplace. It explores male views and experiences of mental health; male beliefs, attitudes and behaviours with regards to mental health; identifying and supporting males in mental distress; highlights particular groups of males and particular mental health concerns. 

Author:

Mental Health at Work

Mental Health at Work

This toolbox has been designed to facilitate  the mental health of workers in the construction industry, which traditionally has been male dominated. Resources in this tool kit include steps to take to build a more supportive culture of mental health; building a mental health charter; Tools Box Talk with videos; free suicide prevention training; how to start the conversation about mental health in the construction industry. 

Author:

Mental Health at Work

This toolbox has been designed to facilitate  the mental health of workers in the construction industry, which traditionally has been male dominated. Resources in this tool kit include steps to take to build a more supportive culture of mental health; building a mental health charter; Tools Box Talk with videos; free suicide prevention training; how to start the conversation about mental health in the construction industry. 

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Author:

Considerate Constructors Scheme

Considerate Constructors Scheme

This is best practice hub which shines a light on mental health and aims to raise awareness in the construction industry. It contains case studies of best practices across the industry to provide guidance and inspiration; for instance mental health campaigns; 12-month action plans to change how employees think and act about mental health in the workplace; the use of a therapy dog onsite; creating a physical forum where employees can put up posters or add sticky notes with thoughts and concerns etc. 

Author:

Considerate Constructors Scheme

This is best practice hub which shines a light on mental health and aims to raise awareness in the construction industry. It contains case studies of best practices across the industry to provide guidance and inspiration; for instance mental health campaigns; 12-month action plans to change how employees think and act about mental health in the workplace; the use of a therapy dog onsite; creating a physical forum where employees can put up posters or add sticky notes with thoughts and concerns etc. 

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Author: Men's Health Forum

How to make mental health services work for men (2014)

How to make mental health services work for men (2014)

This report explores how to make mental health services work for men. It outlines the main obstacles men experience in using services, but also what works in male mental health interventions. Although a large proportion of the report is geared towards men's mental health in general, there are aspects of it which focuses on the workplace. The top ten tips shared at the end of the report may be adopted and applied in workplace interventions aimed at improving men's mental health.  

Author: Men's Health Forum

How to make mental health services work for men (2014)

This report explores how to make mental health services work for men. It outlines the main obstacles men experience in using services, but also what works in male mental health interventions. Although a large proportion of the report is geared towards men's mental health in general, there are aspects of it which focuses on the workplace. The top ten tips shared at the end of the report may be adopted and applied in workplace interventions aimed at improving men's mental health.  

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Author: Wilkins, D. Kemple, M.

Delivering male. Effective Practice in male mental health

Delivering male. Effective Practice in male mental health

This report was commissioned by the National Health Development Unit, and written and published as a partnership between the Men’s Health Forum and Mind. It addresses what can be done to make sure that the mental health needs of men and boys are met more effectively in the future? Although it is not specifically geared towards the workforce, there may be useful aspects of the reports which could be adapted and applied to the workplace. It explores male views and experiences of mental health; male beliefs, attitudes and behaviours with regards to mental health; identifying and supporting males in mental distress; highlights particular groups of males and particular mental health concerns. 

Author: Wilkins, D. Kemple, M.

Delivering male. Effective Practice in male mental health

This report was commissioned by the National Health Development Unit, and written and published as a partnership between the Men’s Health Forum and Mind. It addresses what can be done to make sure that the mental health needs of men and boys are met more effectively in the future? Although it is not specifically geared towards the workforce, there may be useful aspects of the reports which could be adapted and applied to the workplace. It explores male views and experiences of mental health; male beliefs, attitudes and behaviours with regards to mental health; identifying and supporting males in mental distress; highlights particular groups of males and particular mental health concerns. 

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