Amey Consulting have teamed up with FormScore to drive Mental Health and Wellbeing amongst the workforce.
Safer Highways member company Amey Consulting have teamed up with FormScore as part of a pilot scheme which will see over 300 employees test a new version off the app, designed to provide real-time insights as to how colleagues are coping during the testing times caused by the Covid 19 pandemic.
The FormScore was designed as a simple way to measure your mental wellbeing. It’s a way to track your moods and be open about how you’re feeling on a scale we can all understand.
Acknowledging that workplace wellbeing is vital to productivity FormScore are building a game changing application for businesses using the FormScore methodology that will help your people monitor their mental health and proactively manage their wellbeing. Form for Business will also provide you with a simple, real time measure of the health of your organisation in a way that fosters both social connections and user engagement.
Currently in its pilot phase, Amey Consulting are one of a limited number of companies who are testing the new app as a proof of concept.
Speaking about the partnership, Rob Stevenson, founder of FormScore said,
" I am delighted to announce a partnership between Amey Consulting and FormScore. This week we are launching a large scale pilot with 300+ colleagues who we will help become more intentional about their wellbeing.
"This will be the first pilot of the new version of the app and we can't wait to see how the team-based insights into what is delivering form helps proactively managing wellbeing."
Having recently won the Zuritanken Award from parent company Ferrovial, for it's 'Think Safe' programme, Amey Consulting are making a concerted effort to drive cultural change around Health, Safety and Wellbeing around those it employs.
Speaking about the partnership with FormScore, Amey Consulting Health and Safety Director, Rob Doyle said,
"I am really excited by this launch and am convinced it will be a game changer and will help break down the stigma of being open about our form.
"I look forward to the ongoing partnership the workforce (edited)"