Welcome to The Healthy Work Company

The Healthy Work Company is a health and safety training company with a difference. We focus on soft skills and mental health. We provide training for health and safety professionals not in the technical aspects of the role, but in influencing skills.

We also support Health and Safety managers to deal with the growing wellbeing and mental health aspect of their roles, by providing wellbeing weeks, training in stress management for managers and training in Mental Health First Aid for volunteers in your organisation.

We are working with companies such as Capita, ITV, Heathrow Airport, Mount Anvil, Laing O Rourke, UBM and London Midland on influencing skills and mental health programmes. We are currently running a 22 site programme with UPP, training managers to Lead without Stress and all staff to better understand their mental wellbeing, as well as looking at suicide awareness. We have also recently completed some brilliant Mental Health First Aid courses with Man, Truck and Bus and Willmott Dixon.

2018 is already looking busy with some open courses on Mental Health First Aid that are filling up fast. To find out more, or to book a place for yourself or your colleagues click here. We are also looking forward to working with London Luton and London Midland, in the new year.



Heather Beach opens Women in Health and Safety Christmas party

The Healthy Work Company’s Heather Beach, Chair of the Women in Health and Safety committee, opened the third annual Women in Health and Safety Christmas Party hosted by Acre and SHP. The party featured speed mentoring, a live band, wine, beer and lots of festive cheer!

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Considering Mental Health First Aid? How to get started

It is the 10th anniversary of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) in England this week, but it is only in the last couple of years that this training has become the main game in town for organisations wishing to start a mental health programme. Heather Beach assesses the scheme.

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Beating Imposter Syndrome and developing self-confidence…together

Ever feel out of your depth at work, that you are not good enough or deserving of the role you are in? Heather Beach outlines her experience of Imposter Syndrome – and the importance of health and safety professionals building self confidence.

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