Mental Health Awareness in the Workplace

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Learn conversation tips, useful phrases and expressions, and ways to start a conversation and offer support to coworkers and employees who may be experiencing mental health challenges.


The training will help managers and employees to develop skills in identifying and intervening with people suffering from mental illness or behavior disorder in the workplace. What participants will learn: Explore Mental Health Awareness in an interactive way, recognize common signs and symptoms, be able to respond and support. Look after your own mental well-being via self-assessments, exercises, and useful resources. Feel more at ease when talking about mental health through an exercise and a detailed infographic. Attendees will learn conversation tips, useful phrases and expressions, and ways to start a conversation and offer support.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Understand how to communicate and offer support to family members, co-workers, employees, friends who have mental health problems.
  • Feel more at ease when talking about mental health.
  • Through an exercise and a detailed infographic you will get conversation tips, useful phrases and expressions to use, ways to start a conversation and offer support.
  • Apply in their own mental wellbeing via self-assessments, exercises and useful resources.

Credit Information

Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.


Heather Beach
Healthy Work Company

Heather Beach is single mum to 14-year-old Rosie and founder of Healthy Work Company. She is fascinated by what makes people thrive in life and the part work can play in this. An ex-director for a global company, where she ran their health and safety business division publishing magazines, running conferences and information services, she now runs this business working with corporates on how to create a healthy culture. A student of Applied Positive Psychology (MSc), she was voted in the top ten most influential people in health and safety in the UK for the third year running in 2020, has been featured on TV and in national press looking at mental health. She and her team have worked with businesses such as Mace, Eurostar, ITV, The Telegraph, Battersea Power Station, IOPC, Game and Luton Airport to support wellbeing strategy and training. As a small business owner, she tries very hard to practice what she preaches, but isn't perfect.

Ben Davila
Safety and Health Manager
Mace Group

Mr. Davila is an Experienced Environmental Health Safety & Security (EHSS) professional with a demonstrated history of working several industries, skilled in OSHA, MARSEC & EPA compliance, and experience in ISO Systems. In his current role, he demonstrates a strong drive for reducing costs through policy development, training safety, and focuses shifting office culture well-being through behavioral based programs. As a practicing professional life and well-being coach, he helps executives manage their organization to optimize productivity and better reflect their clients' personal values and priorities.

*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.

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