Developing Personal Mental Health & Engagement

  • Developing Personal Health & Engagement
    Thursday, March 7, 2024
    2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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7th March 2024 Course - Early Booking Priceshow details + €99.00 (EUR)  
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Thursday, February 29, 2024

Certified Online Training Course – New for 2024

A 3 hour Online Certified learning Programme Developing Personal Health & Engagement

Thursday 7th March 2024 2pm-5pm, GMT. Fee €125. Early booking discount €99, before Thursday 29th February 2024.




Personal Mental Health and Engagement


Are workers experiencing personal mental ill health productive and fully engaged with their work? Do they and have more accidents and experience safety risks? Have risk assessments being carried out on all psychological and psychosocial hazards?

All employers in Ireland have a duty of care to create a safe working environment as specified in The Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Act (SHWW Act) 2005 and reasonable accommodation for employees with disabilities including mental health contained in the Employment Equality Act 1998/2015.Similar legislation is in force in the United Kingdom. The benefits of addressing mental ill health include a safer work environment and increased engagement and productivity.

In our upcoming 3 hour Online Certified learning Programme, we’ll delve into the topic of workplace mental health. Those attending will learn about:

  • Developing the IOSH structured approach to workplace mental health and the ISO 45003 global standard on  stress, anxiety and depression
  • A case study on an effective mental health strategy
  • Utilising the ISO 45003 Guidance to reduce psychosocial risks and increase employee engagement.

This groundbreaking online training session on Thursday, March 7th, 2024, from 2-5 pm GMT will be led by industry experts Maurice Quinlan, Director of the EAP Institute in Waterford, Ireland, and Simon Brittz, Lead Psychologist at Roodlane Medical in London, United Kingdom.

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  • Maurice Quinlan
    Maurice Quinlan, Director of the EAP Institute is a competent person as required by Section 80(1) of The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. He has the knowledge, skills and experience to develop policies and training on Employee Support Therapy (EST) for workplace mental health, workplace intoxicants (defined as drugs and alcohol), Psychological and Psychosocial risks and employee health and wellbeing policies and programmes for national and international companies.
  • Simon Brittz
    Simon Brittz is a HCPC registered psychologist with over two decades of experience helping individuals and organizations thrive. He has honed his expertise across diverse settings, from psychiatric hospitals to high-pressure investment banks, and now focuses on empowering corporate professionals to overcome anxiety, depression, and burnout. Leveraging his 24 years of clinical expertise, Simon collaborates with HR departments to craft effective workplace wellbeing strategies and delivers impactful events. He is a passionate advocate for stress management and anxiety reduction, guiding individuals towards building resilience and achieving a positive mental health foundation.