Post Pandemic Recovery Challenges and Resilience.

As part of National Mental Health Awareness Month, TrackSAFE Executive Director, Heather Neil caught up with Mostapha Kourouche – Health & Safety Partner at Transport for NSW and long-time RUOK? Community Ambassador.

This session focused on refreshing the wellbeing toolbox of the rail workforce with ideas to help:

  • overcome misinformation and anxiety,
  • identify how reach out to your networks for support and feel confident about changes to your work arrangements and
  • tips for re-engaging with people outside your family bubble.

Meet the Speakers

Mostapha Kourouche is a Health and Safety Partner (Safety, Environment & Regulation) at Transport for NSW and is passionate about suicide prevention and the promotion of health and wellbeing in the rail workforce. Mostapha has a keen interest and desire for upskilling people in trauma and crisis support. Mostapha is an accredited Mental Health First Aid trainer, a dynamic facilitator with over 16 years’ experience, delivering training and workshops across a vast range of workplaces. Through this work, Mostapha helps people feel comfortable and engaged in the topic of mental health and wellbeing and encourages robust discussions in a caring way. Mostapha is also an R U OK? Community Ambassador helping to create environments where people can talk about mental health and address their concerns early and without fear of stigma.

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