Information and Resources for workplaces

Improving Mental health in the workplace

Paying attention to workplace mental health has never been more important. The following resources can help you to make positive changes in your workplace

Information and resources for managers and supervisors 

For employees to stay well and in work it is vital for them to be able to talk to managers about mental health. Starting a conversation about mental health with a staff member doesn't have to be difficult and there are a variety of resources available to help. 

Details of support available

The Mental Health Information Point is a first port of call if you know you need help or advice but are not sure who to contact. Whether it's for yourself or someone you know, the website provides information and contacts for a broad range of services for people of all ages.

Looking after your mental health and wellbeing

The Covid 19 pandemic has resulted in us having to adapt how we live and work in a very short period of time. This will cause a variety of feelings from anxiety to stress, frustration, loneliness and even boredom. Supporting your own mental health and wellbeing has never been more important.

For information on what you can do to help your mental health during the Covid pandemic visit:

Working from home

For information on how to keep yourself physically and mentally healthy if you're working from home visit:

Training available for workplaces

Free e learning training available

Local training available from Halton Borough Council includes:​

  • Mental health awareness
  • Mental health awareness for managers
  • Suicide awareness
  • Stress awareness
  • Stress awareness for managers

Training is currently being delivered virtually for further information please email or call 0300 029 0029