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Resources

We will continue to update this page with resources you may find useful to ensure you and your colleagues stay well at work.

 

The Blue Light Wellbeing Framework

The Blue Light Wellbeing Framework is a new sector-specific framework that we believe is the first of its kind in the emergency services. This new Framework contains learning from across the services, academia and Public Health England to provide organisations with a self-assessment tool that sets a new standard for the emergency services.

Find out more about Oscar Kilo and the Blue Light Framework including an Introduction by Chief Constable Rhodes.

Health and wellbeing apps

Lancashire ORCHA is our very own library of health and care apps that have been reviewed by ORCHA, the organisation that also review apps for the NHS.  On the site you can find apps that have been reviewed for Clinical Assurance, Data Privacy, and User Experience - so you can download the best and safest apps with confidence. Some examples of how these apps can be used include; lifestyle management (eg fitness, exercise, diet, smoking cessation), mental health support (eg sleep, anxiety, stress), and condition management and prevention (eg physio, Diabetes, etc).

Visit the ORCHA site to view and download apps

The five ways to wellbeing

Five steps have been researched and developed by the New Economics Foundation, you can read the five steps to wellbeing on the mind website

Wellbeing in the City

Samaritans have created two interactive online programmes which bring our active listening expertise into the workplace.

You can learn at your own pace, at your desk or at home. In as little as five minutes, you can learn skills that will help you understand the importance of emotional health and have the confidence to reach out to a colleague, friend or family member who might be struggling to cope.

Find out more about Wellbeing in the City and access the toolkits

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