Rail Wellbeing Live is now on demand!
Rail Wellbeing Live 2020 might be over, but our goal to improve health and wellbeing in the industry has only just begun.
Over 10,000 people attended the virtual event that was hosted by wellbeing experts, rail people and a few famous faces. It was inspiring to see so many members of the railway family committed to leading a healthier life.
Don’t worry if you missed out, you can still access the content by visiting our Wellbeing Library. Plus, on the first Wednesday of each month, we’ll be hosting our Wellbeing Wednesday livestream with an ever-changing panel of exciting guests.
And we have big plans for 2021! Subscribe today and be the first to find out.
Why focus on health and wellbeing?
Better health equals a better life at home and at work
Improving your physical and mental wellbeing can impact so many different areas of your life, both at work and at home. However, for years in the rail industry we haven’t given health and wellbeing the attention it deserves.
When a workplace accident occurs, we rightly spend time challenging, questioning and learning where improvements could be made. What if we did the same for problems with our physical or mental health?
Rail Wellbeing Live puts health and wellbeing where it should be, at the top of the agenda. It’s time to change, and together we can make a real difference. Are you ready for the challenge?
John Dowsett | Managing Director Infrastructure, Geoffrey Osborne Ltd
Given the incredible challenges that we are currently experiencing, both in maintaining a safe and efficient railway and dealing with a more difficult environment in our personal lives, there has never been a more important time to ensure that we focus on the health and wellbeing of ourselves and our colleagues, supporting each other in a way that has not been done before.
John Halsall | Chair, Rail Wellbeing Alliance
Rail Wellbeing Live is a chance to put health and wellbeing at the top of the agenda and show how small changes can often deliver big results meaning healthier and happier lives for us, our families and our colleagues.
Kelvin Kasapatu | IT Technician, BAM Nuttall
It’s great that attitudes are changing now and we can all feel supported by the organisations we work for