EventsUpcoming webinars on Workplace Wellbeing from British Safety Council

Take a look at what’s on the horizon for workplace wellbeing workshops and resources.
Content Team4 months ago4 min

In the realm of the workplace, employees are demanding better support for wellbeing and work-related stressors. It’s a vital part of recruiting and retaining staff. Coming up in April, the British Safety Council has a number of webinars and events in place to help organisations continue this conversation.

Free webinar: Work-related stress management – the why, the what, the how

This lunchtime webinar will be introduced by Organisational Psychologist and Managing Director at Highley Yeoman, Dr Carolyn Yeoman.

When: 27 March

Time: 13:00-14:00

The webinar will cover:

  • The importance of taking a strategic approach to workplace wellbeing by establishing a comprehensive workplace wellbeing strategy with a clear and workable workplace wellbeing plan
  • Why work-related stress risk assessment is crucial to such a strategy
  • The critical role leadership style plays in workplace wellbeing
  • Why businesses need to conduct work-related stress risk assessments
  • What a work-related stress risk assessment is
  • How to conduct a work-related stress risk assessment
  • How to implement focused interventions based on the outcomes of a work-related stress risk assessment.

Register here.

Virtual conference: Workplace Wellbeing – Engaging, Equipping and Empowering Employees

When: 24 April

Time: 10am-4pm BST via ZOOM

This wellbeing conference is presented by in-house consultants and partners from the likes of HSBC and Heathrow Airport, aimed to help organisations discover how to take a data-led approach to wellbeing, empower your people, and equip your managers. The agenda covers addressing wellbeing needs in NHS organisations, wellbeing and inclusivity, fatigue in the workplace, and more.

In less than one day, you’ll learn how to save money, and increase employee productivity, by focusing on workplace wellbeing that actually works. Learn more about the event here.

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