Tessa Ogle, Managing Director of the Electrical Industries Charity, urges the industry to act on reducing the stigma of mental health in the electrical sector
The Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) is looking for real-life heroes to help keep dreams alive by providing practical support or by signing up to the Charity’s very own powerLottery.
Tessa Ogle, Managing Director of the Electrical Industries Charity, urges the industry not to turn a blind eye to mental health problems that are affecting thousands of people in the electrical sector.
The Electrical Industries Charity is looking for real-life heroes to show their support for colleagues in need by signing up to powerLottery or by offering their practical support.
NAPIT staff and partners from NAPIT Drive and NAPIT Insurance completed a 30 mile walk along the Jurassic Coast on 25th May.
The electrical sector has thousands of people who are struggling on a daily basis due to unforeseen circumstances in their lives and are in need of support from the industry to give them encouragement and a helping hand towards creating a better future.
The Electrical Industries Charity is challenging everyone in the electrical and energy industries to tap the app and play Power Lottery to win big cash prizes while helping hundreds of people in the sector to have a better quality of life.
The electrical industry is currently faced with many challenges that are affecting thousands of people in our sector. To tackle the key issues affecting our industry such as the stigma of mental health problems and to provide maximum support to those who are struggling, the Electrical Industries Charity has recently created the Emerging Professionals Board and welcomed nine new members.