17 March 2023
Namaka Subsea recognises the importance of addressing mental health in the workplace as an organisation that values its employees' wellbeing. The company believes investing in employee mental health training can create a healthier, happier, and more productive workplace for everyone.
Recently our Managing Director, Lee Duncan, and our Business Manager, Angela Stephen, completed mental health training on behalf of the company held at Aberdeen First Aid School. The training was aimed at equipping them with the knowledge and skills to identify and manage mental health issues in the workplace.
Lee Duncan said: "Attending this mental health training was a valuable experience. It helped me to understand the different types of mental health issues that can arise in the workplace and gave me practical tools to support my colleagues."
Angela Stephen added: "It's vital that we create an environment where our employees feel comfortable and supported when it comes to their mental health. This training has enabled me to recognise when someone may be struggling and how to provide them with the necessary support."
Namaka Subsea encourages all its employees to prioritise their mental health and is committed to providing the necessary resources and support to help them do so. The company recognises that mental health is an ongoing challenge, and it will continue to invest in employee wellbeing initiatives to create a positive and supportive workplace culture.