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Wellbeing policy templates

Model policies to help you create and maintain legally compliant rules for your organisation on wellbeing.

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Lone working policy

A lone working policy is a practical guide that employees can apply to their roles.

Although not a legal requirement, an effective policy can help to promote a strong safety culture among employees, keeping them safe and reducing the risk of legal issues.

Your lone working policy should be a document that is accessible and easy to understand. Lone workers and their managers should be familiar with the document and its location. Issue a copy to new employees who will work alone and to any contractors or temporary workers you use.

Reviewed 17 Mar 2021

Mental health policy

A mental health policy defines the overall vision of your approach to mental health. This provides benchmarks for preventing and treating mental disorders, as well as promoting mental health in your workplace.

The policy should apply to all members of staff and should be communicated and implemented across the company.

The policy should highlight what you as a business intend to do to acknowledge and support employees who are struggling. Examples of mental health policy elements include how you'll aim to:

  • Treat mental health problems seriously.
  • Identify issues and work with the employee to resolve them.
  • Support all staff faced with mental health issues.
  • Maintain a healthy environment that staff feel comfortable, safe and happy to work in.
Reviewed 2 Jun 2021

Personal safety policy

A model personal safety policy to assist you in managing this event with a best practice method.

Reviewed 17 Mar 2021
Policy template pack

Policy template pack

Unlimited downloads of all 3 Wellbeing policy templates in this pack, plus everything else in the Policy template pack for 12 months.

Employee referencing documents

References are an incredibly important factor of recruitment for one main reason; they validate (or not) what the candidate has put on their CV and told you during selection.

Absence documents

Absence can come in many forms, some unavoidable (emergencies), some vital (family, holidays - for wellbeing), some manageable (education, long term absences), and some unwanted (such as absenteeism - short term sickness).

Flexible working documents

Flexible working is a way of working that suits an employee’s needs, for example having flexible start and finish times, or working from home.

Employee Communication documents

Communicating with your employees is central to managing your workforce.