Heather Beach


3 ways to a mental health and wellbeing strategy

Only five to ten years ago, a wellbeing strategy looked like apples in the office, yoga at lunchtime, a cycle to work scheme and gym memberships. Read More

Mind Matters: Talking mental health with your boss

Heather Beach and Mark Glover discuss the relationship between employee and employer when it comes to opening up and talking about mental ill health. Read More

Mind Matters: Living with a post-traumatic stress assistant dog

Richard Mearns, alongside his post-traumatic stress assistant dog Ziggy, speaks about the effects PTSD has had on his life and how Ziggy helps him to complete general day-to-day tasks and hold down a full- time job. Read More

Mind Matters: ‘How becoming a Mental Health First Aider opened my eyes to my own other issues and emotions’.

Carl Ward speaks about becoming a Mental Health First Aider, what it taught him about himself, how mental health was viewed in his workplace and how his experiences with mental health have changed him. Read More

Mind Matters: Experiencing Bipolar Disorder

Rob Stephenson speaks about his experiences with Bipolar Disorder in ‘Mind Matters’, a series of mental health videos from SHP and The Healthy Work Company. Read More

Mind Matters: Suffering with PTSD

Andy Rudd from Mace talks vividly about his experience of suffering with PTSD in ‘Mind Matters’, a new series of mental health videos from SHP and The Healthy Work Company. Read More

Mental Health First Aid regulation changes

November was a whirlwind in the world of mental health training, as Heather Beach from The Healthy Work Company explains. Read More

Wellbeing in construction event ticket giveaway

The Healthy Work Company, in conjunction with Building Live, is hosting a one day event on 28 November at 155 Bishopsgate, Read More

PTSD and the after-care of armed forces veterans

Heather Beach and Dr Dominic Cooper investigate the number of ex-military suicides as a result of PTSD and other mental health conditions. Read More

Home worker or lone worker?

Worthwhile Training’s Nicole Vazquez suggests employers need to be aware that their home workers are lone workers and should be treated as such, particularly when it comes to mental health and wellbeing. Read More



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Manual Handling in the Workplace: Employee Factsheet

Driving at work: Director’s Briefing

Understanding contractor risk in the construction industry

5 rules for effective incident reporting

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