Be the life. Yours.


How do you feel?

Our thoughts and feelings affect our quality of life. That’s why health and wellbeing is so important. We’ve always focused on making talking about your wellbeing a part of normal working here - so our employees can always check in about how they’re feeling. And how the way we work, could work better for them. Whether that means more support, or flexible and hybrid working.


Raising the bar

People are our power. So it’s up to us to make sure they have everything they need to stay fully charged, and the support for when they’re not. We’re focused on making sure our people shine inside and outside the workplace. So you can be the life.

Your Health & Wellbeing in action

We’re committed to raising that bar, so we’re already putting in the work. That means enhancing our formal health and wellbeing framework, and reviewing our benefits package. As well as setting objectives for us to hit in the future, which you can read all about below.

Our Goals

  • Appoint two Health and Wellbeing Champions
  • Train 15 employees in Mental Health First Aid
  • Launch new Health and Wellbeing Programme
  • Introduce benefit benchmarking for employees
  • Train 20 employees in Health and Wellbeing
  • Appoint 30 Health and Wellbeing Champions
  • Total 75 employees trained in Health and Wellbeing

Caring for mental health

How we feel matters – a lot. 1 in 4 people are affected by mental health issues at some point in their lives. And the pandemic only magnified this.

That’s why, in 2021 we appointed our first Mental Health First Aider.

Lisa March, our Head of HR, became Bellrock’s first qualified Mental Health First Aider after completing training in January. And we’re hoping her achievement, and commitment to mental health, will inspire more training in the Bellrock family. You can read more about what we’re doing for mental health below.

A huge thanks to St John’s Ambulance - the volunteer-led health and first aid charity who carry our their two-day training with no charge.

Through our partnership with Devon Partnership NHS Trust we have signed up to the Mindful Employer initiative, a national scheme providing employers with easier access to professional Workplace Mental Health training, information and support, the initiative aims to help empower employers to take a lead in supporting the mental wellbeing of their staff.

Our Goals


Launch Company Mental Health First Aider Network

Appoint two Mental Health Champions

Train 7 Mental Health First Aiders

Conduct annual employee surveys


Appoint 30 Mental Health Champions

Train 30 Mental Health First Aiders

What is the difference between Mental Health and Health and Wellbeing Champions/training


Health means more than your body, it means your mind. Lifeworks is about advice you can count on.

That means an employee assistance and wellness programme that both you and your family can use to help you manage your work issues, and personal ones from health, money and family - for free, from us.

With consultants ready to help from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday, and online resources and counsellors available 24/7, 365 days a year - LifeWorks is there to help you, whenever and however you need.

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We like to look after our people, we work as flexible as we can as we are engineers and engineering staff and we like to work as one team. We all like to be together, keeping people involved, informed and up to date with what’s happening in the business. And we like everybody to have their say.
Ward Head of National Engineering