Health and Wellbeing

ENGIE Fabricom

People are at the heart of everything we do

Work is a major part of our lives. We spend a lot of time at work, it’s where we earn our income, and often where we make our friends and connections. Fulfilment at work can be good for our mental health – but we all have times when life gets on top of us – sometimes work-related, sometimes not.

People are at the heart of ENGIE Fabricom, and we are passionate that we look for ways to protect our people’s mental health at work, and create a workplace where everyone can thrive – this is why the Company is committed to supporting employees in a number of different ways, including mental health awareness campaigns, mental health toolbox talks, presentations, initiatives to improve mental health awareness, and mental health temperature checks, which allow employees to give anonymous feedback to the Company about how we can better promote good mental health.

This webpage is a part of that important commitment, and acts as a permanent hub, tying-together many of the ways in which the Company can offer support with the mental health of its people.


Working together to make sure fewer people die by suicide

Helping you take control of your health and wellbeing

A list of mental health helplines on the NHS website

Advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem

A campaign to change the way people think and act about mental health problems

Dedicated to relieving poverty, hardship and distress to those in need in the local community

My Sisters Place is an independent specialist ‘One Stop Shop’ for women aged 16 or over and have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence

Mental Health UK
supports people affected by
mental health problems
including friends, family
and carers

Mates in Mind is raising awareness, addressing the stigma of poor mental health and promoting positive mental wellbeing across workplaces

Leading the fight for a future where all young minds
are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges

Opportunity to talk about mental health openly
with lads sharing similar experiences