On the occasion of this year’s World Mental Health Day, SAFETY4SEA is pleased to announce the launch of ‘SEAFiT’, a new service that aims to ensure that mental health & well-being becomes a global priority for all maritime stakeholders.
As the topic of mental health is becoming increasingly relevant in the business sector and every aspect of life, with current data showing that at least one in eight people globally is affected by mental health issues, the global community is rejoining its forces on World Mental Health Day to “Make Mental Health & Well-Being for All a Global Priority”.
Self-care is no longer a luxury for leaders; in today’s demanding workdays, where there is usually no balance between personal life and work, creating a culture of self-care in the workplace is vital for everyone.
NeurodiversAtSea, a seafarers’ neurodiversity charity, announced the launch of its first annual Neurodiversity Benchmark Survey. The survey aims to gather data in support of a maritime neurodiversity strategy.
A WHO/ILO joint policy brief calls for global action to address mental health at work. The brief illustrates practical strategies for governments, employers, workers, and their organizations in the public and private sectors.
From 29-31 August, the first face-to-face meeting of the Nordplus research project took place in Tallinn, Estonia. “Dealing with anxiety during a pandemic to improve adult well-being” was the theme of the meeting.
It’s not enough to commit to rigorous self-care of your mind and body. Research has found that financial stress is one of the leading external causes of mental health issues among adults worldwide. So, don’t underestimate the impact that true financial peace can make on overall mental health.