People working in mining, resources and quarrying operations confront a wide range of challenges, including to their mental health and emotional well-being.

No one should feel alone

Isolation from family and friends, shift work, fly-in/fly-out and drive-in/drive-out rosters, relationship or financial stresses, misuse of alcohol and drugs, environmental extremes and dangerous workplaces can and do contribute to compromised mental health and, in extreme cases, suicide.

Resource Minds raises awareness and understanding, helps people to recognize problems in themselves, family and workmates and encourages everyone to take responsibility for their own mental health by talking to someone and seeking help early.

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Resource Minds comprises:

  • A Mental Health Crisis Management Workshop for supervisors, managers, OH&S /HR personnel, shift bosses and front-line responders. It is delivered prior to the roll-out of the site-wide mental health program and toolbox talks and is designed to provide more detailed information, strategies and support;
  • A suite of Toolbox Talks based on the evidence collected from the results of the RRMH’s Well-being and Lifestyle Survey. Each Toolbox Talk comes with its own videos, notes for presenters and promotional material for your workforce. Training and ongoing support is available for designated presenters;
  • A range of material/collateral including the Passport to Mental Health in Mining, Resources and Remote Construction, as well as posters and cards relevant to Toolbox Talk topics;
  • Ongoing access to the experienced, highly qualified RRMH team via a dedicated 1800-number