EML has combined its resources in one easily accessible web location to assist workers, their families and employers with prevention and recovery from work-related mental health injury and issues.

The hub, which has been launched on the first day of Mental Health month, covers a range of topics and issues through videos, articles and guides.

With one in five Australians at work currently experiencing some kind of mental illness it is in the top five of all injuries EML manages, so it is a vital resource for anyone requiring support in mental health issues in the workplace.” EML General Manager VIC Elisa Hitchens said.

“These resources are designed to assist the worker, their family, the community and the employer.

“We are heavily invested in delivering mental health resources that allow maximum knowledge and optimum recovery.”

EML as a mutual reinvests heavily in research and resource development. Since 2012 EML has provided nearly $65m in Mutual Benefits resourcing, funded 775 work, health and safety programs and delivered more than 100,000 hours of free online courses. 

This includes the development of First Appointment videos to prepare for treatment, Recovery after Trauma Guides to assist after exposure to a traumatic events and online and face-to-face training.

The mental health resource hub is located at eml.com.au/mental-health

If you or anyone you know needs help contact:

Lifeline (13 11 14 and lifeline.org.au)

Suicide Call Back Service (1300 659 467 and suicidecallbackservice.org.au)

beyondblue (1300 22 4636 and beyondblue.org.au)