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11 July 2017

Could your organisation handle a human disaster?

As the heartbreaking Grenfell Tower tragedy shows, how victims and others impacted are treated during the aftermath of a human disaster really matters. Once the immediate threat is over, providing compassionate leadership, psychological first aid and trauma support is essential in restoring those affected to a place of safety, stability and calm.

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07 June 2017
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Three Ways To Support Bereaved Employees

It’s difficult to know what to say to someone who’s lost a loved one, especially if the loss was unexpected or the result of a terrible accident or attack. So many of us are afraid to approach a pers…

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30 March 2017
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Westminster Attack Highlights Need For Compassionate Continuity Planning

Last week, a traumatic event managed to bring one of the most protected and best prepared employers to a halt. An attack was highly anticipated, but when it came, even though it wasn’t high-tech and …

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23 November 2015
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Could your employees cope with an IS attack?

The recent terrorist attacks in Paris and other places across the world have reminded us of the many unexpected and distressing risks we could potentially be exposed to on a day to day basis.

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25 June 2015
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Monitoring mental health in the workplace

There is growing interest among businesses in monitoring employees' mental health. But who is responsible for this? And how best to achieve it without intruding into personal lives?

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