Supporting men through difficulties in their mental and physical ill health, ultimately to prevent suicide.

Workplace Training

Men's Health Statistics

Men are 32% less likely than woman to visit their doctor during working age

Almost three quarters (74%) of deaths by suicides in the UK are men

40% of men have never spoken about their mental health with anyone

29% say they’re “too embarrassed” to talk, and 20% feel there is a “negative stigma” around speaking out

32% of men said work pressure and 31% cited financial problems to be the largest causes of their mental health issues


With the data highlighting that some men take a less proactive approach to their health, it’s clear that more awareness and support are needed in workplace environments.

Join the growing number of companies who are having open conversations about men's health at work. ManHealth have  worked with SSE, Hitachi Rail UK, Blackpool Council, Stockton Borough Council, Severn Trent Services, Tracerco, North Star Housing, Thirteen Group, Shire Leasing and many more.

Our workshops or webinars are designed to get employers or their male colleagues thinking about their own health and wellbeing in a way they may not have been taught before. Difficult topics are delivered by our experienced team, in a light hearted way.

These workshops can help your team to manage and/or prevent health problems such as burnout, anxiety and depression which may help improve levels of absenteeism and overall morale.




The ManBassador Programme

The ManBassador Programme is an initiative delivered by ManHealth and curated by Our Minds Work that trains male employees to become wellbeing advocates at work, giving men the space and support they need to get help.

Blokes: Brains, Brawn & Balls - A Health Intervention for Men

Utilising video in the delivery, the session pinpoints why men are more susceptible to these 5 specific illnesses discussed and segues into various other facts that will encourage discussion and challenge the men into conversation.

Food and Mood Workshop #ManHealth
Food and Mood

Food related ill health is responsible for about 10% of morbidity and mortality in the UK and costs the NHS about £6 billion annually. The burden of food related ill health measured in terms of mortality and morbidity is similar to that attributable to smoking.

A Health Intervention for Women

This 90-minute interactive session is aimed at female staff in your business. It seeks to highlight issues facing working age women and enable them to undertake a self-assessment of their own health and wellbeing.

Suicide Awareness and Prevention

This one-hour session is aimed at all staff in your business. It seeks to approach the difficult topic of suicide in working age men in a safe, informative and relaxed environment.

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