Charity support highlighted
The British Ceramic Confederation welcomed a wide-ranging charity that supports the construction industry to it latest Mental Health Roundtable.
Sarah Bolton from The Lighthouse Club, attended the meeting to shine further light on the work they do and how they can support ceramic companies, including external stakeholders connected to the construction industry.
The online meeting heard the latest statistics for suicide within the construction industry and the continued work of the charity, including providing a mental health portal, a five-step framework to create a more positive mental health culture and support available for mental health first aiders.
BCC Policy Manager Rachel Timmins said: “It was an informative meeting, which provided more insight about the Lighthouse Club and how its work relates to our members. We are grateful that they joined us.”
BCC President Edward Naylor, who is also a trustee of the Lighthouse Club, added: “Lighthouse is doing some really important work, with its 24/7 helpline a particularly important resource for those working in construction and its supply chain.”
The next meeting of the Mental Health Roundtable is on 20 September and will be a hybrid meeting, providing an opportunity to meet in person if members wish. For more information, contact Rachel.