Health & Well-Being

 

‌Promoting Health and Well-Being to Create a Remarkable Workplace

 

 

Aberystwyth University is keen to create a supportive and positive work environment for all staff members.

The Health Champions are on hand to help identify solutions which will help to improve staff work-life balance, health and wellbeing.

Contacts:

Heather Hinkin (heh@aber.ac.uk)Chair of the Corporate Health Steering Group

 

If you have any suggestions on how the University could increase Health and Wellbeing of staff please email wellbeing@aber.ac.uk

The Corporate Health Standard

AU is committed to workplace health and wellbeing as shown by our success in achieving the Silver Award Corporate Health Standard.

For More information on Specific Health Issues please visit the links below

 

The university achieved the Silver Award for the Corporate Health Standard in April 2015.  Members of the Corporate Health Steering Group are listed below:-

Rachel Hubbard -Sports Centre

Heather Hinkin- HR

Sam Morrison- HR

Jackie Sayce - IGHPP

Jeremy Mabbutt - Campus Services

Ruth Fowler - HR

Lucy Stonebridge - HR

George Jones - Student Support

Esther Prytherch - Communications and Public Affairs

Claire Williams - HSE

Dan Steward - Sports and Exercise Science

Auriel Martin - Arts Centre

Val Fletcher - IS

Kraig Pugh - Conference Office

Antonia Ivaldi - Psychology 

 

General Information

Wellbeing Map

Student Support have put together a  Wellbeing Map (PDF) which provides information on walking routes, relaxing spaces and wildlife on campus.

Aberystwyth University Mental Health First Aiders

The Mental Health First Aiders are a group of staff members that are trained in Mental Health First Aid. They are the first point of call for both students and staff who might be experiencing distress or mental health difficulties, and are able to sign-post to the appropriate services.

The Mental Health First Aider’s primary role is to signpost individuals to the appropriate services that are available, they are not trained practitioners and cannot provide treatment. They are able to provide a one off signposting service but cannot be used as a form of ongoing treatment or as a long term support service.

Employee Assistance Programme

Below you can find the link to the presentation given by Care First, our employee assistance programme.

Care First presentation.pdf

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