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2022 / 2023 Edition

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Mental health

News article

Andy Lockett
05 May 2022 | SHE

Company pledges to double the number of mental health first aiders by the end of 2022

17 January 2022 | SHE

New platform for campaigns and initiatives supported by the British Aggregates Association

10 December 2021 | SHE

Association working to increase reach and efficacy of campaign through its network of members

CALMDriver initiative
02 December 2021 | SHE

British Aggregates Association makes a stand against poor mental health of truck drivers

Mental well-being
16 November 2021 | SHE

New campaign aims to encourage employers to promote good mental health in work

Karen Anne Duffy
04 August 2021 | SHE

Dumptruck manufacturer picks up fifth consecutive RoSPA award for health and safety achievements

Michael McGowan
21 June 2021 | Concrete

Most in-depth sustainability update to date shows progress against the company’s Sustainability Roadmap 2025

Tarmac NSSP
27 May 2021 | SHE

Dedicated occupational health and well-being facility opened at Tarmac’s National Skills and Safety Park

Memorial Woodland
17 May 2021 | SHE

Company working with National Memorial Arboretum to commemorate lives lost during the pandemic

13 May 2021 | SHE

Institute of Quarrying reminds members around the world of the support services available

Forterra mental health first aiders
13 May 2021 | SHE

Employees from all areas of the business to be equipped with skills to recognize mental health issues

Mannok and AWARE
13 May 2021 | SHE

Company outlines commitment to employees and launches new partnership with AWARE

Tagged in: MannokMental health
13 April 2021 | SHE

Health and Safety Executive launches new tools to prevent, reduce and manage stress in the workplace

Institute of Quarrying Benevolent Fund
03 March 2021 | SHE

IQ Benevolent Fund launches series of coffee morning events to counter isolation and loneliness

14 December 2020 | SHE

Company wants highways workers to get same level of protection against abuse as emergency workers