Simon Blake


‘We’ve got a mission to empower the nation to sleep better,’ SHP Meets The Sleep Charity’s Lisa Artis

SHP Speaks to Lisa Artis, Deputy CEO at The Sleep Charity, about her three top tips for a good night’s sleep, how important sleep is when it comes to people’s health and wellbeing and how it’s often overlooked in the workplace. Read More

Mental Health First Aid England urges caution over mandating return to work

MHFA Chief Executive, Simon Blake, says there is ‘no space for a one size fits all approach’ and calls for employers to take a ‘fluid approach to workplace wellbeing’. Read More

SHP’s Most Influential figures in health & safety named for 2021

Dr Mavis Nye, President and Co-Founder, Mavis Nye Foundation, has been named as the Most Influential Individual in health & safety. SHP has produced a list most influential people in health & safety, as voted for by you. Read More

“Workplaces are key to creating a society where everyone’s mental health matters”, SHP meets MHFA England CEO, Simon Blake

SHP sat down with MHFA England CEO Simon Blake to discuss how employers can help support their employees and how the coronavirus pandemic has affected mental health and the role of mental health first aiders. Read More

Safer Highways announces strong speaker line-up for its virtual mental health summit

Karl Simons, Professor Dame Carol Black, Bill Hill and Simon Blake will speak at the unveiling of the results of Safer Highways second annual report into standards around the provision of support in the field of workplace mental health. Read More

Free Mental Health First Aid training for new research project

Researchers invite all companies in the UK to apply for free Mental Health First Aid England training, for a new research project starting 2020, to investigate the effectiveness of mental health first aid training when used on employees. Read More

MPs get behind improving workplace mental health

Party conferences see groundswell of political support for the 500 employers pledging to take transformative action on workplace mental health. Read More

Where’s Your Head At? Employees are three times more likely to discuss physical ailments over mental health issues at work

The disparity in physical and mental health at work is laid bare in new research from the ‘Where’s Your Head At?’ campaign, as it launches its new Workplace Manifesto for Mental Health Awareness Week (13-19 May 2019). Read More

HSE publishes first aid guidance on mental health

The updated guidance states companies should consider ways to “manage mental ill health in your workplace which are appropriate for your business”. Read More



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