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Mates in Mind wins £25,000 award from B&CE’s Charitable Trust

We are proud to announce that our proposal for a new research initiative designed to discover more about the mental health struggles of self-employed tradespeople and those working for smaller businesses in the construction industry has received the £25,000 Occupational Health Research Award for 2021.

A little good news from Legal & General Homes

​This week our Supporters Legal & General Homes got in touch to tell us about what they have been doing support efforts to tackle COVID-19.

Proudly working with Discount Sticker Printing

​As a small charity, Mates in Mind are always looking for new ways in which we can broaden the reach of our support and services, enabling organisations across the UK to improve the mental health of their workforces. That is why we are pleased to be working with Discount Sticker Printing

Nicola Hodkinson of Seddon joins the Mates in Mind Board of Trustees

​This month, Mates in Mind appointed Nicola Hodkinson, Business Services Director at Seddon, as a Trustee Board Member. ​

FORS join Mates in Mind in improving mental health across UK workplaces

This month, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) joined Mates in Mind’s community of Supporter organisations and have partnered with the charity to improve the mental health of their workforce and members.

The Industry and Parliament Trust invite Mates in Mind to drive talks around tackling mental ill-health within construction.

In January Mates in Mind joined the Industry and Parliament Trust (IPT) in a roundtable discussion exploring the prevalence and impacts of mental ill-health in the construction industry.

Mates in Mind support managers to transform mental health at work

This Thursday 6 of February, on Time to Talk Day, Mates in Mind are raising awareness about mental ill-health at work by supporting managers across the UK in tackling the issue.

​Mates in Mind urge that immediate action is needed to tackle higher than average suicide rates across transport sector

During Road Safety Week 2019, taking place 18-24 November, Mates in Mind are urging transport and logistic organisations to lead the way and prioritise the mental wellbeing of their workforces in light of the above-average suicide rate.

Mates in Mind highlights mental health statistics as a stark warning to employers of the cost to workers and businesses if workplace mental health is not properly understood.

Following the release of the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) annual figures for Great Britain, the Managing Director of Mates in Mind urges employers to ensure that they are investing in their people rather than paying lip service to addressing mental health.

Mates in Mind are official partners of UK Construction Week 2019

We are delighted to announce that Mates in Mind are an official partner of UK Construction Week 2019.

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