Addressing the effect of poor mental wellbeing in security needs to remain a primary focus for leaders in the sector.
Therefore, we are delighted to be holding a follow-up to our Mental Health – Security’s Invisible Enemy event in May, this October, to maintain the momentum and keep the conversation about these vital issues at the forefront in the minds of leaders across the sector.
During our previous event, alongside hearing from experts in the field, Corps Security committed to a selection of pledges to address our sector’s ongoing mental health impact. We invited the industry to join us and commit to these pledges, too, so how did it go?
You can read about our commitments from the last event, here.
What to expect at this event…
During this event, we will provide an update on the activities planned and undertaken concerning the agreed pledges from the last meeting. Additionally, once again, we will have a raft of dedicated speakers imparting their knowledge about mental health and how we, as leaders, managers, and business owners, can understand and take action to protect our colleagues and break the stigma.
Our partners for this event…
Once again, we are privileged to have partnered with incredible specialists in the field who will be talking on the day, including the University of Westminster, Combat Stress and Thrive Mental Wellbeing.
Alongside 20-minute presentations from our experts, our host will chair a panel discussion and Q&A at the end to answer your questions.
Please check out the speaker information on the full event schedule.
The event is from 14:00-16:00, with Networking and Refreshments from 16:00-17:00.
Tickets and Delegates:
Tickets for this event are free and open to anyone in the security sector working in executive or management positions, HR/people managers, and those in the FM sector and media with a vested investment in security.
The event is taking place in the King Harald room at the In and Out Club, London.
You can reserve tickets for yourself and your colleagues, here.
Schedule of Event:
14:00-14:10: Introduction and Opening Remarks with Mike Bullock, CEO of Corps Security
14:10-14;30: Introduction to impact of mental health on society with Dr Tina Cartwright
14:30-14:50: Understanding mental health conditions affecting our colleagues with Combat Stress
14:50-15:20: Providing workplace services to improve colleague mental wellbeing with Martin Jervis from Thrive Mental Wellbeing
15:20-15:30: Progress so far and the future with Chris Middleton from Corps Security and Security Minds Matter
15:30-16:00: Panel Discussion and Q&A with host Jay Evans
16:00-17:00: Networking and Refreshments