WSH Bulletin, 29 July 2020: WSH Council launched first campaign e-workshop on mental well-being

WSH Bulletin, 29 July 2020: WSH Council launched first campaign e-workshop on mental well-being

Jul 29, 2020

29 July 2020, Ref: 2021037

WSH Council launched first campaign e-workshop on mental well-being

 

As part of the National WSH Campaign that kickstarted in April this year, the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council has come up with a series of health-related e-workshops that are built upon the topics covered in the National WSH Campaign microsite. Launched in June, the first in the series touched on mental well-being, a topic which is relevant, especially during these challenging times.

 

To help employers manage the mental well-being of their employees working from home or in the workplace, the WSH Council together with the appointed Total WSH Service Provider, Wong Fong Academy, invited a speaker that touched on how to develop mental resilience at the online workshop. The workshop benefitted participants comprising WSH and HR professionals and management.

 
 

When employees are mentally healthy, they are less susceptible to stress or related health issues. Such a work environment not only creates a healthy but also productive workforce. A simple act such as ensuring that they have adequate rest breaks or putting in a word of care is all it takes.  

 
 
 

Subscribe to the Campaign newsletter here or at the Campaign microsite to receive details on our next e-workshops, and information to manage employees’ health in the workplace. 

 

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