Celebrated annually during the week ending on Father’s Day, Men’s Health Week falls this year between Monday 14th and Sunday 20th June.
Raising awareness of the health issues that affect men disproportionately, Men’s Health Week focuses on getting men to become more aware of health problems they may have or could develop and gain the courage to do something about it.
Following the challenges presented over the last 18 months work related stress, depression and anxiety are all increasing – but what can we do to counter this?
Employers have a legal duty to protect workers from harm at work by completing a risk assessment and acting on it!
The risk assessment should identify potential organisational stress triggers such as workload, work environment, working times, the persons capabilities.
For more information regarding these risk assessments, get in touch using the details below.