Helping Great Britain work well

Great Britain’s health and safety record is the envy of much of the world. Central to this is protecting people by managing risk in a proportionate and effective way, supporting innovation and increasing productivity. The challenge is to improve even further on this impressive record.

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The Government has been lying about mental health funding increases – and now we have proof

This rush of interest in mental health has allowed the Government to make various smoke and mirror manoeuvres to appear to be at the forefront of change, while decimating funding for those most in need.

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If You Don’t Know First Aid, Here Are 5 Tips For Saving Someone’s Life

You’ve got a 50:50 chance someone would step in to help.

By Natasha Hinde

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Why is it hard to talk about mental health problems?

What is a mental health problem?

Michael Rosen

Author and poet

CBBC

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MeeTwo: Five problems teens ask for help with

By Jennifer Scott BBC News

Navigating life as a teenager can be hard, and when you need support, asking for it can be the biggest challenge.

One tool – an app called MeeTwo – offers a way to seek help from behind a screen…

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World Mental Health Day: What is mindfulness?

10 October 2018

Mindfulness is one of those words which you hear more and more of, with dozens of apps promising to help you harness the power of your mind.

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Restraint Reduction Network

11 Jun 2018 ǀ The PLEDGE

The Restraint Reduction NetworkTM (RRN) is an independent network which brings together committed organisations providing education, health and social care services

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CPD Accredited Provider

11 Jun 2018 ǀ CPD Accredited Course

We are already a CPD Accredited provider. You spoke and we listened. We are pleased to inform you that our Prevention Management of Violence & Aggression (PMVA) course

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Mental Health: Stress Test

Stress is not a mental health problem but it is a key cause of mental health problems like depression and anxiety and is often linked to self-harm and suicide. Stress is also known

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