About Us

6. Ongoing Support

Support provided for leadership teams and employees to update and maintain training

5. Repeat

– Refresher training/new starters

– Inductions

4. Check

Review effectiveness and usage of interventions offered by your organisation

3. Individuals

– Training to understand self-management of mental health and resilience

– Conversations about wellbeing

– First Aid for Mental Health / MHFA

2. Organisation Plan

– Health check and stress risk assessment

– Wellbeing survey

– Employee forums using appreciative investigation techniques

– Recommendations

1. Beginning of Journey

OUR Approach

When you consider building a wellbeing strategy, it needs to be holistic and integrated into the way you do business. We support with the pro-active elements of this. You also need to consider reactive measures such as EAP, Occupational Health or online GP provision.

Managing wellbeing proactively means:

  • Finding out what your employees think and seeking solutions to stressors
  • Training
    • Managers
    • Peer to peer (e.g. MHFA)
    • Individual resilience and wellbeing
  • Providing ongoing resources e.g access to our Vault

We can help with both assessment and training. When it comes to assessment, we will start with the data points you already have available and work with you to see where additional information would support you. When it comes to training, we help you build your training needs analysis.

There is always a requirement to make sure your Board is on Board and we can support with this through a facilitated session, working with you to make sure that your strategy is bought into.



We create a flexible, autonomous environment which sets our people up for success. Our processes allow us to focus on the best delivery possible, through the most appropriate trainer, adapted to the audience. Our people are aligned with our values on mental health. They are curious, engaging, service driven and trustworthy.

Heather Beach


Heather Beach is the founder and director of The Healthy Work Company. A former director of a FTSE 250 company she has post graduate certificates in Positive Psychology and Relational Organisational Gestalt and is certified as a lead implementor for BS 45001 by British Standards.  

A key influencer in the health and safety sector Heather founded Women in Health and Safety and has been featured in numerous consumer publications and on TV.

Heather speaks French, Spanish and Italian and is fascinated by what it takes for human beings to thrive in life.

A message from Heather

How Heather describes herself: Enthusiastic, passionate, curious

Superpowers: Heather won Business Leader of the Year at UBM and Top ten most influential in H&S 2018 and 2019

Strengths: Heather has an innate ability to engage others, can multi-task like no other and has endless energy and drive

Random Fact: When Heather isn’t working she likes to sing Jazz, go on country walks with her right-hand-dog Rocky and bake rustic French bread.

HWC Sarah Wilsher
Ian Kershaw