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Awareness into Action

Taking action to address mental health at the organisational level

Took place on Monday, 24 January 

Please see below for recording and resources. 


This theme will discuss actions such as fully embedding policies and procedures to improve awareness and send the clearest message that mental health is a priority for your organisation.

An April 2021 survey confirmed that nearly half (46%) of organisations still lack a formal strategy or approach to mental health and wellbeing. Given the amount of time most people spend in a work or educational setting, it is essential that organisations consider what support they can offer to learners and employees and how. It is time to translate mental health awareness into action. HSE have moved to develop guidance and information to help the modern and proactive business gain a better understanding as well as commit to meaningful action.

This working webinar will be discussing the importance of building mental health into governance structures, commitment at the top including accountability at senior and board level and gaining employee experience.


Peter Kelly, Senior Psychologist, HSE  

Peter Kelly works for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), as a Senior Psychologist, is a technical expert on prevention of work-related stress and promotion of mental health and a specialist inspector for enforcement action on these topics.   

Peter was part of the team of psychologists involved in developing the scientific knowledge base for the HSE’s Management Standards approach to tackling work-related stress in Great Britain. Over the last 20 years he has co–authored a number of research papers published on those Standards. 

He has sat as a co-opted expert on National Institute of Clinical Excellence Review of Mental Health Promotion within the Workplace and on the Department for Health’s United Kingdom SHIFT Expert Review Panel on Workplace Mental Health Guidance.

In addition to his HSE role, Peter is the External Relations Chair of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EU-OSHA). He has been involved in working across the EU on a number of initiatives in relation to psychosocial hazards and risk prevention. Scientific Expert Panel member to ISO 45003 Psychological Health and Safety in workplaces.


This working webinar will cover:

    • The use of policies to support decision making and planning
    • How to evaluate research and case history to identify change
    • How to ensure wellbeing activities are an integral part of the working week

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