ACE – WELLBEING IN THE WORKPLACE SEMINAR

Our Head of Rail, Road and Utilities Edward Newman will be speaking at the ACE’s Wellbeing in the Workplace webinar  on Thursday 22 April at 12pm.

This free webinar is part of ACE’s new Insight webinar series and is hosted by ACE’s Health & Safety team.

The webinar, Wellbeing in the Workplace, gives ACE members an overview of how to develop a mental health and wellbeing program for their employees, regardless of company size. The webinar will be held in conjunction with the release of a wellbeing toolkit, which will walk you through the process of implementing a mental health and wellbeing program step by step.

The virtual event will feature case studies from ACE member companies WSP in the UK, Hoare Lea, Geo-Environmental, and Capita, and will be hosted by Laura Hague, chair of the Health and Safety group and group safety manager at Mott MacDonald.

They’ll talk about how the COVID crisis has pushed wellbeing to the forefront of people’s minds, and how they’ve dealt with it in their own workplaces.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS FREE-TO-ATTEND EVENT

 

MORE ABOUT ACE:

ACE is the trade association for professional consultancies and engineering firms working in the social and economic infrastructure sectors in the United Kingdom.

The Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) represents the views of around 400 members in advocating for infrastructure and the built environment to government and other stakeholders.

Their members employ over 60,000 people in the UK and another 250,000 people around the world, contributing more than £15 billion to the UK economy. However, the structures they construct actively contribute more than £570 billion in GVA each year.

Crossrail, Tideway, HS1 & 2, the Queensferry Crossing, and Heathrow Terminals 2/3 and 5 are just a few of the high-profile infrastructure projects they’ve worked on.

WHAT IS CONSULTING ENGINEERING AND HOW DOES IT WORK?

Consulting Engineering is a professional service that works in a variety of industries that are important to the national economy, including construction, energy, infrastructure, transportation, and utilities.

Surveying, feasibility studies, landscape design, urban planning, structural design, flood risk management, disaster relief, transportation planning, and business consultancy are some of the services provided by consultant engineers.

ACE official website: www.acenet.co.uk

 

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