The International SOS Foundation is offering a new virtual symposium, focusing on the latest insight in mental health of the remote rotational workforce. This 3-hour session is designed to enable stakeholders who have a duty of care to their rotational workforce make evidence-based adjustments and recommendations to their employees to protect and promote mental health in this type of working arrangement.
For many organisations, this has become an even greater urgency in the current COVID-19 environment, which has put increased pressure on a working format already recognised as having a high level of stress.
GROUNDBREAKING NEW DATA
The International SOS Foundation. Focusing specifically on Mental Health & the Remote Rotational Worker, it brings together global findings from stakeholder interviews, a survey of remote rotational workers and an extensive literature review. The findings include evidence of the high level of suicidal thoughts, clinical depression, impacts on physical health (such as diet) and how COVID-19 has had an impact on this workforce.
Taking an in-depth view of these findings, the symposium will enable professionals to increase awareness of the psychological implications of their remote rotational working and put in place strategies to mitigate risks and increase the safety, health, security and wellbeing.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Stakeholders who have a duty of care to their remote rotational workforce, including HSE professionals.
FOUR REASONS TO ATTEND
PROGRAMME: 3 HOUR SYMPOSIUM
- Key Findings from the report
- Strategies for assessing mental health
- Implementing a mental health programme
The training will take place in a live, virtual classroom where the trainer will guide participants through the subject in an interactive learning format. Participants will acquire the skills through discussions, analyses of example reports, and exercises. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions and discuss their real-life examples so that they can apply learnings in their work immediately after the training.