Cleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 23rd March 2023 Issue no. 1057
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Vinci Facilities’ Paul Cottam joins Mates in Mind Board of Trustees
Mates in Mind recently appointed Paul Cottam, a director of Vinci Facilities, as a Trustee Board Member.
Steve Hails, Chair of the Mates in Mind Board of Trustees says of Paul’s appointment:
"We are pleased to welcome Paul to the Mates in Mind Board and are grateful for the opportunity to be working together to drive our vision of fostering mentally healthy workplaces across the UK. With his wealth of experience, Paul will be helping Mates in Mind continue to be the change needed to improve workplace mental health.
"Paul is an experienced Trustee, having previously spent nine years on the board of the British Safety Council, and has held several board directorships in the built environment sector over the last 20 years. As such we welcome his business expertise, and passion that, not just safety, but wellbeing, is a key business success indicator across the construction and property-related sectors."
Chartered Engineer Paul Cottam says: "Having been involved in the decision to establish Mates in Mind over two years ago, I'm thrilled to be asked to join the Board. Clearly these are very different and challenging times and I look forward to working with my fellow Board members in the expansion of our wellbeing support to organisations and their people throughout the UK. I really believe we can make a difference.”
Mates in Mind is a registered charity working in the UK, that aims to provide clear information to employers on available support and guidance on mental health, mental illness and mental wellbeing, and how they can address this within their organisations. Mates in Mind looks to make sense of what options and support are available to employers wishing to promote improved mental health within their workforce.
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