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Health & Safety Executive Case Study Mandatory – Mental Health Training

20th April 2017
The Health & Safety Executive on the back of our Shades of Blue campaign approached us about creating a case study to capture our work. We happily obliged and this is what we had to say......
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Can you help with our Company Sponsored MSc Dissertation?

28th March 2017
Once again MHScot has been fortunate enough to be chosen to support University of Edinburgh Business School on their Company Sponsored Dissertation programme. This year we’re looking at ‘Mental Health Issues in Returning to the Workplace’.
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Mental Health and Wellbeing Event – Holyrood.com

24th February 2017
Holyrood Communications in partnership with MHScot are running an event on the 1st June examining the strategies, tools and approaches available to different organisations.
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Shades of Blue Campaign

16th January 2017
MHScot launches “SHADES OF BLUE” emoji stickers to raise awareness of mental health in the workplace supported by the Scottish Parliament.
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About Us

MHScot is a unique workplace wellbeing Social Enterprise that understands the needs and aspirations of workplace environments in a very person-centered way using bespoke techniques tailored to your requirements.

Mission Statement

MHScot’s mission is to help employers and employees achieve a valued and productive workforce by implementing a culture of care, increasing skills and achieving the outlook required to deal with the pressures and stresses of the modern workplace and beyond.

Creating Healthier Workforces and Workplaces in Scotland

Poor mental health and wellbeing is one of the biggest public health challenges facing society today. It is the leading cause of sickness absence in the workplace and can cause immense distress to those experiencing it – as well as those closest to them.

Let’s start making a difference and improving the lives of our Scottish workforce including full-time, part-time, fixed-term employees; casual staff, interns, those on apprenticeships, the self-employed, freelancers, contractors, agency and bank staff and volunteers/trustees.

Creating a happy and healthy workforce

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Mental Health & Wellbeing in the Workplace Research Data Available Now

MHScot’s Director, Catherine Eadie featured in Third Force News (the voice of Scotland’s Third Sector) – Are your colleagues too stressed at work?, check it out!