Go Green will help you generate a bespoke Action Plan relevant to your business and it’s free! Use the action plan as a checklist to tick off tasks you are working on or have completed across the five Go Green themes: Energy & Efficiency, Travel & Transport, Planning & Resilience, Sustainable Sourcing, Happy & Healthy. Get inspiration for new green actions that you may not have considered. Learn about local organisations that can help you. Access resources and case studies featuring ideas and top tips from other businesses in Bristol and the West of England. Demonstrate progress as you complete actions. It even has a Happy & Healthy Section which can’t be missed.. For more information visit: www.gogreenbusiness.co.uk
The charity organisation Bristol Mind offers a range of workplace wellbeing talks and workshops on subjects such as:
Mental Health Awareness & 5 Ways to wellbeing Becoming a Workplace Wellbeing Champion Strengthening Personal Resiliencw The Managers Role in Resilience
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They also offer a confidential freephone helpline giving a safe place to talk if you, or someone you know, are in distress. They can also give information about mental health and local services.
MindLine helpline - 0808 808 0330 (Wednesdays to Sundays evenings: 8pm to midnight).
As a next step, you might like to consider signing up to the Workplace Wellbeing Charter. This is a national award which recognises the positive way in which you manage your business and support your workforce.
The charter gives you the ability to audit and benchmark your company against an established and independent set of standards – the Charter helps organisations to identify current strengths and new opportunities to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of employees.
Developing strategies and plans – The Charter provides a clear structure and practical suggestions to help organisations develop policies and action plans which promote health and wellbeing.
National recognition – The Charter award process is robust, evidence based and has the support of the Department of Health and Department of Work and Pensions.
The Workplace Wellbeing Charter comes in three levels (commitment, achievement and excellence) and is suitable for organisations and businesses of any size in any sector. A formal accreditation process is available for those who would like to work towards receiving recognition for their achivements in this area.
The Workplace Wellbeing Charter is a free scheme run by Bristol City Council. To find out more, visit: www.WellbeingCharter.org.uk