The Wellbeing Toolkit, available via the intranet link below, contains links to the following resources, you may want to bookmark these links so that you've got them close to hand.
Feeling First Class
www.feelingfirstclass.co.uk is a wellbeing website for employees (FFC1 to register). Contains proactive health advice and Online Stress Tool
First Class Support
24/7 free and confidential phone line (0800 6888777) and website www.rmgfirstclasssupport.co.uk, providing employee assistance
Feeling First Class – Stress
Access to stress guidance and the ‘Guided Conversation for Stress’ on how to support an employee experiencing distress.
First Class Mental Health
Useful information to support the wellbeing of colleagues including, Mental Health Support Guide: Suicide; five Mental Health Foundation videos; information on the ‘Time to Change’ pledge and links to helpful websites. There is also a link to SuccessFactors for managers to book onto a one day Mental Health Awareness course.
First Class Fitness
A link to the RMG gyms website - http://royalmailfitness.co.uk
First Class Lifestyle
Links to useful websites and downloadable PDFs on health topics such as smoking, diet and alcohol
Mental Health Support - Suicide Prevention Guide for managers and employees
Click here to open the Suicide Prevention Guide for managers and employees
Occupational Health guidance documents can be accessed from the toolkit and PSP.
Our in house charity The Rowland Hill Fund also provides support
www.rowlandhillfund.org helps colleagues at Royal Mail Group, pensioners and their immediate families with financial and practical support. You can also contact their confidential helpline via 0345 600 4586.
Resources from our charity partners
The Mind Infoline provides information and advice to those experiencing mental health problems, their friends, family and loved ones. Mind’s Infoline advisors will be able to direct you to support in your local area.
Contact the Infoline on Tel: 0300 123 3393 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: 86463 Opening hours: 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (except for bank holidays)
You can also access further information including booklets on specific mental health problems, types of medication and treatment, legal rights and suicidal feelings on the information pages of Mind’s website https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/