Reflection On The Year That’s Been

The last few months have been packed with events focussed on our Mental Health. As we come to the close of the year, it is important to remember that mental health is something we should all prioritise at all times.

Some key initiatives our teams have been involved in:

RU OK Day on 14 September 2019 – focus on conversations between people about mental health and people taking the time to prioritise others.

Mental Health Day on 10 October 2019 – focus on Mental Health awareness, education and advocacy.

Mental Health and Safety Month in October – in addition to raising awareness of mental health issues, our Mental Health First Aiders completed their orientation day. Orientations occurred across 4 locations with approximately 80 people ready to work with teams across the state to make sure everyone has the opportunity to chat to and get advice on issues affecting them

The StayWell Hub has also been relaunched which features a range of wellbeing materials and tutorials. You can view the following on the dedications Mental Health First Aiders Program intranet page:

  • A short video explaining the program
  • A full directory listing of out Mental Health first aiders
  • Individual posters showing Mental Health First Aiders by location

The Staywell Program was a finalist in the Transport for NSW Recognition Awards 2019,

Check out some photos of our teams getting involved in all things Mental Health related.

The last few months have been packed with events focussed on our Mental Health. As we come to the close of the year, it is important to remember that mental health is something we should all prioritise at all times.

Some key initiatives our teams have been involved in:

RU OK Day on 14 September 2019 – focus on conversations between people about mental health and people taking the time to prioritise others.

Mental Health Day on 10 October 2019 – focus on Mental Health awareness, education and advocacy.

Mental Health and Safety Month in October – in addition to raising awareness of mental health issues, our Mental Health First Aiders completed their orientation day. Orientations occurred across 4 locations with approximately 80 people ready to work with teams across the state to make sure everyone has the opportunity to chat to and get advice on issues affecting them

The StayWell Hub has also been relaunched which features a range of wellbeing materials and tutorials. You can view the following on the dedications Mental Health First Aiders Program intranet page:

  • A short video explaining the program
  • A full directory listing of out Mental Health first aiders
  • Individual posters showing Mental Health First Aiders by location

The Staywell Program was a finalist in the Transport for NSW Recognition Awards 2019,

Check out some photos of our teams getting involved in all things Mental Health related.