Auctus Management Group Ltd, along with its subsidiary INFRA Skills, has taken a significant step towards promoting mental health awareness in the infrastructure sector. The company recently signed the “Building Mental Health Charter,” reinforcing its dedication to addressing mental health issues in the industry. The charter aims to encourage engagement, share best practices, and eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health. INFRA Skills’ collaboration with the Building Mental Health program further solidifies its position as an industry leader in mental health support.
Embracing Mental Health in the Infrastructure Sector
INFRA Skills recognizes the importance of creating a positive mental health culture within organizations operating in the infrastructure sector. By joining the Building Mental Health Charter, INFRA Skills gains access to valuable resources, expert guidance, and a flexible framework designed to promote and develop mental health initiatives. This collaboration allows INFRA Skills to enhance its mental health support services and foster a more inclusive and supportive work environment for its employees and stakeholders.
A Framework for Positive Mental Health
The Building Mental Health Charter provides organizations with a five-step plan and various resources to improve mental health support. Through videos, toolbox talks, and mental health training information, the charter equips businesses with the necessary tools to initiate conversations, educate employees, and ensure timely help-seeking. By embracing this framework, INFRA Skills takes proactive steps toward reducing the stigma surrounding mental health and supports the well-being of its workforce.
INFRA Skills’ Commitment to Mental Health Support
As a member of the Building Mental Health Charter, INFRA Skills reinforces its commitment to being at the forefront of mental health support in the industry. The company offers Mental Health First Aid England courses to both internal and external personnel, empowering individuals to identify and address mental health challenges. Additionally, INFRA Skills actively participates in A.D.V.I.C.E., a Health & Wellbeing scheme dedicated to inclusive collaboration. Through these initiatives, INFRA Skills plays a vital role in promoting mental well-being across the rail and civils sectors.
INFRA Skills’ recent partnership with the Building Mental Health Charter demonstrates its ongoing dedication to mental health support and awareness in the infrastructure sector. By actively engaging in initiatives, providing training, and joining forces with like-minded organizations, INFRA Skills continues to drive positive change and foster a mentally healthy industry.