Celebrating Mental Health Excellence In The Workplace

The Not A Red Card Awards celebrate organisations and individuals that have developed and implemented best practices around addressing mental health in the workplace. We were delighted to announce the 2019 winners at the Not A Red Card Forum and Awards ceremony which took place on 1 October 2019, at the Oval, London.

The award categories, which awarded organisations and individuals alike for their efforts are as follows:

The Collaboration Award

For a company demonstrating cross-sector or cross industry engagement with an initiative that brought together different stakeholders to address mental health in the workplace.

Innovative Use of Sport Award

For a company that has used sport in a unique way to raise awareness, educate or address mental health issues in the workplace. 

Best Mental Health Initiative (SME)

Implementing a programme that enabled employees and employers to discuss, learn and take action towards addressing mental health in the workplace.                                     

Best Mental Health Initiative (more than 500 employees)

Implementing a programme that enabled employees and employers to discuss, learn and take action towards addressing mental health in the workplace. 

The Inspiration Award

For an individual that has made or spearheaded an act, effort or statement to inspire people to be more active in discussing mental health issues in the workplace. 

The Leadership Award

For a business leader who has utilised their senior position to positively push boundaries around the attitude or action of their company or colleagues. 

Not A Red Card Awards Winners 2019

The Collaboration Award

  • Alliance of Sport in Criminal Justice

Best Mental Health Initiative (SME)

  • Affinity for Business

Best Mental Health Initiative (large company)

  • Arcadis LLP

Innovative Use of Sport Award

  • School of Hard Knocks

The Inspiration Award

  • Dan Keeley, #AREWEOKUK

The Leadership Award

  • Helen Gillett, MD of Affinity for Business

We also announced special judges awards for those who had entered and deserved recognition for the outstanding impact their work has had on the wellbeing of others.

Judges Award for Impactful Conversations

  • E.G Lewis Group

Judges Award for Societal Impact

  • Barclays

Judges Award for Authenticity and Perseverance

  • Craig Monaghan