Mental Health

Qualified Mental Health First Aiders

As part of our commitment to mental health and wellbeing we have a number of qualified mental health first aiders within the business to support and guide our workforce. This acts as part of our business objectives demonstrating how this is a priority for the business, as we understand the impact of mental health and wellbeing upon our overall health and wellbeing of our employees. Ensuring there is suitable support readily available is key to enable us to support our staff which is why our business objectives target the percentage of qualified mental health first aiders within our workforce. We already have 10% of the workforce trained, and are aiming to have 25% of the workforce trained by the end of the business year in October.


Workplace Wellbeing Index

HTM have invested in a commitment to Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Index, having participated in the index for the last 5 years. The Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice, celebrating the good work employers are doing to promote and support positive mental health, and providing key recommendations on specific areas where there is room to improve. HTM currently hold the Gold award, which means mental health policies and practices have been successfully embedded and the business has demonstrated a long-term, in-depth commitment to the mental health of its staff.

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Talk More


Talk More is an initiative within traffic management and highways that is aiming to reduce the stigma of Mental Health problems, and those affected by them, and to encourage more open conversations around mental health and wellbeing, leading to actionable changes across the industry.

Our Leaders

Mental health is prioritised and led from the front.

Greg Baldwin was one of 5 senior leaders shortlisted from over 300 nominees recognised in the ‘Senior Leader Award’ at Mind’s fifth annual Workplace Wellbeing Index awards and was unveiled as the winner in the category.

The individual award is a display of commitment to tackling mental health issues in the workplace at HTM, following the company’s achievement at the Highways Awards as winner in the category for Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Highways Sector.

Greg Baldwin, Managing Director talks mental health and wellbeing: “As a leader within a business, it is your responsibility to ensure that you make any positive steps you can towards improved mental health and wellbeing for your workforce to ensure that mental health and wellbeing is a human right for every individual within your business.”