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NICEIC AND THE ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES CHARITY JOIN FORCES TO DELIVER FREE MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT

12/01/2023

NICEIC is set to deliver the fourth instalment of their hit webinar series THE WIRE, dedicated to mental health. Timed to coincide with Blue Monday, the date commonly described as the gloomiest day of the year, the event will take place at 8 pm on Monday, January 16th

With suicide rates among professionals in the electrical industry the highest of any profession, NICEIC and the Electrical Industries Charity are joining forces to get everyone talking about mental health and wellbeing.   

This Blue Monday, the date in the calendar many refer to as the gloomiest day of the year, NICEIC will deliver the fourth of its WIRE episodes dedicated to the topic.   

When discussing the upcoming session, NICEIC’s Learning and Wellbeing Manager Danny Mouskovias said 

 “It is essential that the taboo associated with talking about mental health is removed and that the many men and women of our industry have somewhere to turn should they need it. 

 “This session will provide guidance on how to start those all-important conversations and provide practical tips on things we can all do to ensure we take better care of ourselves and each other.”  

 Guest speaker Grace Ellis continued. 

“The Electrical Industries Charity is dedicated to supporting the electrical and energy industries. Such a huge part of what we do encompasses mental health, and we have a wide range of help and resources available. Our service is free to access and is completely confidential. The webinar will discuss what support is available to you, should you need it.” 

To register for the upcoming event, please visit www.niceic.com/events or click here

 To watch recordings of previous mental health episodes of THE WIRE, please visit www.niceic.com/events and navigate to THE WIRE on demand.  


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