Privacy Policy, Workplace Mental Wellbeing Policy and Cookies

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The need for a workplace mental wellbeing policy
Mental health and stress are associated with many of the leading causes of disease and disability in our society. Promoting and protecting the mental wellbeing of the workforce is important for individuals’ physical health, social wellbeing and productivity and is something the Larkfleet Group of Companies takes very seriously.

Larkfleet recognises that many factors in the workplace influence the mental wellbeing of individual employees, particular departments or organisations as a whole. Understanding and addressing the factors which affect people’s mental wellbeing at work have a wide range of benefits, both for individuals and the organisation.

Mental wellbeing in the workplace is relevant to all employees and everyone can contribute to improved mental wellbeing at work. Addressing workplace mental wellbeing can help strengthen the positive, protective factors of employment, reduce risk factors for mental health and improve general health. It can also help promote the employment of people who have experienced mental health problems and support them once they are at work.

The workplace mental wellbeing policy covers the following aspects of mental health and wellbeing.


Promotion of mental wellbeing
Promoting the mental wellbeing of all staff through:-

Management skills
Developing skills for managers and supervisors to: -

Providing support to employees thorough: -

Helping people get back to work after a period of absence due to mental illness through: -

Mental health problems and stress can affect anyone regardless of their position in the organisation. The policy applies to all employees

The implementation of this policy is also supported by other health and safety policies for example, sickness absence, alcohol, drug and substance abuse and bullying and harassment.

Aim of the policy
To create a workplace environment that promotes and mental wellbeing of all employees.

To tackle workplace factors that may negatively affect wellbeing and to develop management skills to promote mental wellbeing and manage mental health problems effectively.

As an employer, we aim to create and promote a workplace environment that supports and promotes the mental wellbeing of all employees. We acknowledge that certain working conditions and practices can negatively affect employees’ mental wellbeing, including aspects of work organisation and management, and environmental and social conditions that have the potential for psychological as well as physical harm.

Policy actions


To develop a culture based on trust and mutual respect within the workplace.

As an employer, we aim to create and promote a culture where employees are able to talk openly about their job and mental health problems and to report difficulties without fear of discrimination or reprisal.


Policy actions.

To provide support and assistance for employees experiencing mental health difficulties.


Policy actions

To positively encourage the employment of people who have experienced mental health problems by providing fair and non-discriminatory recruitment and selection procedures.

As an employer, we recognise that people who have or have had mental health problems may have experienced discrimination in recruitment and selection procedures. This may discourage them from seeking employment. While some people will acknowledge their experience of mental health issues openly, others may fear that stigma will jeopardise their chances of getting a job. Given appropriate support, the vast majority of people who have experienced mental health problems continue to work successfully, as do many with ongoing issues.

Policy actions


To recognise that workplace stress is a health and safety issue and acknowledge the importance of identifying and reducing workplace stressors. 

Policy actions: -

Everyone has a responsibility to contribute to making the workplace mental wellbeing policy effective. 

Managers have a responsibility to: -

Human resources staff have a responsibility to: -

Employees have a responsibility to: -

Human Resources and safety staff have a responsibility to: -

Safety representatives must be: -


Review and monitoring
The Group Human Resources Director will be responsible for reviewing the workplace mental wellbeing policy and for monitoring how effectively the policy meets its aims and objectives.

Indicators to measure effectiveness: -

The policy will be reviewed annually to ensure that it remains relevant.