Traumatic Incident Management

In June 2016, Network Rail introduced the ‘Traumatic Incident Management’ standard which provides a consistent and effective process when supporting an employee who has been involved in, or witnessed, a potentially traumatic incident that may impact their mental health.

The standard is designed to:

  • Support employees who may be at risk of developing a mental health condition following a potentially traumatic incident
  • Support line managers when managing a colleague who has witnessed, or been involved in, a potentially traumatic incident
  • To improve the health and wellbeing of our colleagues

The standard ensures we are compliant when supporting employees who may have been exposed to a potentially traumatic incident in the workplace, as enforced by the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974.

For further support you can listen to the Traumatic Incident Management Briefing WebEx – August 2016. You will need to download the WebEx service for Network Rail to access.

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