How to create a mentally healthy workplace
Early intervention strategies you should be incorporating into your workplace
26 July | De Vere Colmore Gate, Birmingham, B3 2QD
09:00 - 10:30
If the UK prioritises mental health at work, we can become global leaders in reducing stigma, improving the mental health of our population, and providing support for those who need it.2
Leading consultant in occupational mental health - Dr Philip McCrea, Chief Medical Officer at BHSF Occupational Health, will discuss key solutions that address mental health in the workplace.
2. Thriving at work, The Stevenson / Farmer review of mental health and employers, 2017
09:00 - 09:25
Registration & breakfast
09:25 - 09:30
Welcome from Brian Hall, Chief Commercial Officer, BHSF
09:30 - 09:50
Early intervention strategies - Dr Philip McCrea, Chief Medical Officer, BHSF Occupational Health
09:50 - 10:00
Q&A with Dr Philip McCrea, Chief Medical Officer, BHSF Occupational Health
10:00 - 10:20
Legal issues around mental health - Siobhan Mulrey, Associate Solicitor, Irwin Mitchell
10:20 - 10:30
Q&A with Siobhan Mulrey, Associate Solicitor, Irwin Mitchell
Dr Philip McCrea
Chief Medical Officer, BHSF Occupational Health
Philip is an expert in occupational health and has 28 years' experience of working full-time in occupational health. Philip has been a consultant in occupational medicine to over 1,000 corporate clients, and has extensive experience in the management of mental health issues in the workplace, specifically stress-related illness. Philip has acted as an expert on stress in 168 industrial tribunals and court appearances, more than any other occupational health practitioner in the UK.
Associate Solicitor, Irwin Mitchell
Siobhan has significant experience in both contentious and non-contentious areas of employment law. Siobhan offers advice and assistance to commercial/corporate clients of all sizes on disciplinary, grievance and capability issues; redundancy and business reorganisations; the implications of TUPE in business sales and acquisitions; restrictive covenants; discrimination; and contract and handbook drafting.